As per DarthBoba's suggestion, I've put together a compile of the more important quotes and information provided over the years regarding the changing overall vision of the Star Wars series/Saga: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B4UwMUg-9EVSQjR1V0M1Rk52OVU/edit My own commentary is in bold. I've tried to keep opinion and speculation to a minimum (although I've taken the liberty of keeping some of Mark Hamill's and Gary Kurtz's recent accounts separate) - this is a resource for reference, and also clarification and context for any new members who might find references to "the 12-part serial" or the "trilogy of trilogies" in certain threads a bit confusing. And, of course, to encourage wider participation in some of the 'heavier' threads on the forums. As I've mentioned at the start of the document, zombie really did all the hard work when he wrote The Secret History of Star Wars, I certainly encourage anyone who hasn't read it, and finds this sort of material fascinating, to get a hold of it immediately. The document can be updated with any newly discovered information, or corrected if there's any glaring errors. One quote in particular I couldn't find was one I seem to recall from Gary Kurtz around 1979 suggesting that a future SW film could be about the formation of the Republic and the Jedi. I thought it was in Alan Arnold's Once Upon a Galaxy, but I couldn't find it - little help?