Obi-Wan became my favorite years ago, when I noticed that funny little smile on his face after the cantina fight in ANH. He seems to be taking the situation very seriously, but there's just this little hint that his first chance to kick bootay in 20 years felt reeeeeeaaly good. His reaction doesn't seem like "Darkness" to me, although taking any pleasure in physical combat is pretty poor form for a Jedi. I thought his expression looked like mischievous satisfaction, the way you'd feel if you finally got to tell off your obnoxious boss on the day you were getting fired anyway. ("Crazy Old Man": One! Wretched Hive of Scum and Villiany: Zero! W00t!) Ok, Obi-Wan Kenobi would never say "w00t." Anyway . . . I've always identified with his "Please, Force, make me a pure and peace-filled Jedi--but not just yet" quality. I manage to find it endearing even when he's a bratty twentysomething who needs his mouth washed out with soap. For a guy with so many failings, large and small, he did a pretty good job, eh? And what's this deal about him not having a theme? Even the freakin' Ewoks have a theme. Yet the "stable center" of the Star Wars Saga has to share "The Force" and the title theme with everybody else. Feh upon that.