Basically I'd just do the opposite of everything they did. I haven't read through all the previous interviews but I'm sure I don't have anything new to say on this. First: no more mega-series and galactic-scale storylines right after the NJO. How about we let everyone catch their breath for a while? Remember how Bantam just did trilogies and standalones for like ten years? Maybe try that out, just for a little bit. Instead of completely ignoring everything that happened in the NJO, maybe they can build off it or something. Aren't the Bothans still trying to kill all the Yuuzhan Vong? Maybe that could be a thing, who knows! Also Coruscant is ruined, so let's not have the galactic capital be there for a while. And I seem to recall Luke being like crippled or something in his fight with Shimrra, so I guess we can't have him still zipping around doing everything important all the time! Really I could go on and on with all these setups that shouldn't have been disregarded, but the main thing is go with what you have at the end of the NJO; don't try to reset it. Also don't put Troy Denning in charge. And when Matt Stover says he wants to write the last Big 3 novel, LET HIM. I liked Bounty Hunter a lot but I was never able to replay it because I'm so bad at shooting games. Good story, though. And of course KOTOR and TSL will always be my favorite games ever. Um, outside of Star Wars games... I've played the first Mass Effect game and it was pretty good, but, eh, that universe never really took off for me. Portal and Portal 2 are both great, that kind of game is more my speed than most shooters. Although recently I was talked into playing Bioshock Infinite and it absolutely blew me away on every level. For the most part though I don't really play a lot of video games.