Since the prequels came out there have been discussions of the films in relation to Lucas's claims (up until a few days ago) that he had planned the whole thing in advance in lots of detail, that there "never was any more story" and that there couldn't ever be any more, and that the six-film saga was always about "The Tragedy of Darth Vader." While it was never true that the saga had always been set up like that (quotes, notes, and scripts from the OT era make that clear), Lucas did indeed use the prequel films to recenter the focus on that stated point: Anakin's life and death, fall and redemption. So while the saga hadn't always been like that, it was (and to this point in time, is) like that. But now they're making new films. One could say that it's just a cash-in, and to some extent I'm sure it is (so was Empire, for example). However, they're saying that these new films will be based on Lucas-produced ideas and treatments. Regardless of whether these are the circa-1979 notes (which would inevitably have to be majorly modified) or something entirely new, the point is that evidently the saga is not complete.And given that Darth Vader is dead, the new films will almost certainly have to redefine what the saga is now "about." What is your reaction to this?