As part of the general mourning for the EU, I thought I'd post this (and hope it doesn't trip one of those "no favorite threads" prohibition): what are some stories from the classic (okay... sigh... "LEGENDS!") expanded universe that you wish you could have read? They can be stories that had been announced by authors, or just things that were never explored and you wanted someone to get around to. Mine; More X-wing novels. Mercy Kill was the bright star of the post-NJO. Make an actual series out of that and I would've gotten a lot more interested in that era. Hal Horn's story (yeah, I know, Corran Horn is disliked by many, but what the hey). Jedi heritage hiding in plain sight during the entire Imperial era (before there was a Rebellion to give anyone hope?) Policeman trying to enforce law and order under an evil government without becoming evil himself? That would've been a great little series. (It's a wish of mine, to my knowledge neither Stackpole nor anyone else suggested it). The Empire of the Hand. Shown from at least three points of view - Thrawn, the Hand of Judgment, and eventually Baron Fel. For those who like "good Imperial" stories, this would be gold. The early years of the Empire as it asserts its authority, moves into the Outer Rim, etc - with people like Pellaeon and Rogriss on the front lines. Show them fighting ex-Separatist warlords, pirates bands, and other kind of scum, bringing law and order instead. Don't sugarcoat the Empire's dark side, but do show us why people embraced it. Stories from the early years of the Rebellion (pre-Yavin) focusing on Winter's work as a spy and Bria's work leading Red Hand Squadron. That, at least, I have a vague hope - or maybe just prayer - that it'll get worked into the Rebels era with respect for the original continuity, especially with Luceno and Miller at the helm.