Geez, even GG liked Death Trap and I didn't. I'll have to look back on the original episode thread, but I believe my biggest problem was suspension of disbelief with the whole Boba sneaking off repeatedly. I suppose it was interesting to look at the young clones, and it made sense for Boba to want to kill Mace, but I thought this trilogy was really a chance to explore the character of Boba Fett and even the character of Mace Windu, for that matter. A chance to show a different side, a la Obi-Wan/Satine. There were some brief moments where they touched on this, but really, all they taught us was that Boba isn't truly evil yet and he wants to have revenge for the killing of his father. Yeah, we all could have figured this out. We're no farther ahead now than when we started. It's telling that the most interesting and entertaining aspects of the trilogy involved Ahsoka/Plo Koon, and Aurra/Hondo. This trilogy was by far the most disappointing thing TCW has given us so far. I said from the very beginning that I had a bad feeling about bringing a young Boba into the show, and I guess I was right.