George Lucas has stated that he always planned that his Star Wars movie was always intended as the 4th of 6 movies. We have heard from those involved in the making of rots, from Lucas to Rick McCallum to Ewan and Hayden, that this movie will not only change the way we see Darth Vader, but how we view the entire saga. I was watching ANH over the weekend to gear myself up for Wednesday night. And already my views of the movie has changed. One way my view has changed is the inclusion of our beloved droids in the pt. When I first saw them in tpm, I groaned, and thought that GL was going a little far in including them, and to make connections. Now I see there importance, as through them, we are introduced to two of our new heroes Luke and Leia. And through them we meet up again with a hero from the pt, in Obi-Wan ?Ben? Kenobi. The way Luke is introduced, w/ Aunt Beru calling his name several times, so that we know who he is. Also the way Obi-Wan is introduced has changed, and this is due to the wonderful performance by Sir Alec. When Luke says that R2 is looking for ?an Obi-Wan? check out Sir Alec?s performance. There is a look of fear in his eyes, and his body collapses. He is reconnected to a past that brings back some difficult memories. So now that some of us have already seen rots, and many more of us will by Thursday, how has rots changed the way you view the rest of the saga?