Sadly JM, we're not the entire fanbase - just a small part of it, while another part acts the arse by going on how great it'll be to axe all the stuff we like! Not cool. Re: The Vong No, the notion that the Jedi taking the war to the Vong would have resulted in them going dark in great numbers didn't stack up for me. Nor did the idea that the Force-voids mean moral conundrum, the Vong are attacking, killing and torturing NR citizens in millions, that's a no-brainer to respond to. What NJO should have done is had the Jedi confronted by some horrendous choices where they couldn't save everyone due to: a) There's only 100 of them, combined with: b) Sheer offensive abilities of the Vong It would have made for a more understandable schism, with Jedi wishing to save one world over another for competing reasons - each quite valid. Had the Vong been fought to extinction, by their own choice - contrary to what that little hippy Jacen thought, it wouldn't have been some grave evil . Tragic? Certainly, but war is the embodiment of making sure your side beats the other side. George Patton was, by all accounts, a hard-arsed bastard but it's hard to argue with him on this point: re: Vong biotech Biotech may be closer to becoming but organic black hole mines? No. One problem a now long departed poster had with it was there was no structure or limitations applied to it, whatever was needed could be generated without heed to any notion of science or restraint!