I hope that end of the Clone Wars show (after season 5-6-7 - whatever) is not the end of Star Wars on tv. I know we have the Seth Green show (the name escapes me right now) coming, but I wouldn't want the comedy show to be the only star wars show on tv. I think the Star wars universe could easly spawn more tv cartoon shows. Theses are the ones I'd like to see. Star Wars: Rogue Squadron - Set between ANH and ESB, the show would focus on Luke, Wedge, Dax, Hobby, Janson, with Leia, Han, and Chewie playing supporting roles (similiar to Padme in Clone Wars). We'd see the missions and adventures the Squadron goes on, as well as some of the training in the force that Luke does before he trians with Yoda. Vader could/would pop-up from time to time, a Inquisitor character following Luke could be a main villian (maybe hes the one who discovers Luke is a Skywalker, which is how the EMperor knows in ESB), and Baron Fel with the 501 could be featured as villians and rivals as well. Star Wars: The New Republic - I think there are some great ideas in the Post-RotJ EU but many of those books either poorly written and conceved or the PT has changed the universe to thepoint they don't really make sense.I also don't have an issue when a new piece of work overrides an older one. I'd like to see a series set after RotJ with the Luke, Han, and Leia and co. setting up the New Republic, dealing with Imperial remains, setting up a new Jedi order etc... Obviously Thrawn would be a natural choice as a main villian. Star Wars: The Sith Empire - Lucas has talked about/hinted at his/the real (Depending on how you look at it) Sith history without really telling it. I think a series set during the Sith Empire that Darth Ruin started, with the Jedi and others leading a Rebellion against the Sith/Empire could be a really good, really fun, really interesting show that could (if done well/right) capture some of the feeling of the OT - heroes fighting an Evil Empire etc... Indiana Jones - Ok not Star Wars but its Lucas Film. A weekly Indiana JOnes series.......need I say more?