First, I think if these execs at Disney are smart, and they seem to be, they won't "fix what ain't broken." There is nothing that needs fixing at Lucasfilm or the Lucas subsidiaries. I think this move was made, by George approaching Disney (although I may be wrong) in that he knew he still had many stories to tell, but not enough time and energy to do them. Originally he was going to let it die with him but he had second thoughts. Second, they haven't messed with Marvel or Pixar. Those businesses operate, and successfully I might add, just as they did prior to Dinsey. In the case of Star Wars they just want to produce the movies that Lucas cannot (by his age and energy level.) If they were to meddle too much I'm sure they'd see the disaster. Lastly, they seem to be approaching this in a very encouraging way. Kathleen Kennedy will be overssing Lucasfilm, and I'm sure Dinsey will have its say, but KK will make sure everything is handled well to first protect Star Wars. Michael Arndt isn't a flashy name but has the talent to deliver STORY. Very encouraging sign. The next shoe to fall, and soon I think will be the director. I'm guessing Vaughn or Bird.