Same here. I didn't like how it was handled when, in one of the Republic Commando novels, a Null-ARC Trooper butts heads with a COMPOR officer. The COMPOR guy randomly tells the ARC that clones are inferior scum, which is surprising because you'd think a space fascist who loves unencumbered state violence and executive power would appreciate the Republic military a bit more, particularly this particular clone officer who regularly kills people extrajudicially both for his government and for his own private/family interests in the ultimate example of uninhibited military overreach and corruption. It's ridiculous that this particular clone is the one who takes a principled stand against the COMPOR guy for his political views. He should be buying the COMPOR guy a drink. The speciesism and authoritarian tendencies of some clones should not be sugarcoated like that. Rex may have a definite sense of honour and Boil's speciesism was deliberately contrasted against his later soft spot for a Twi'lek kid, but I wouldn't mind seeing a clone trooper or group of them go all "My Lai" on a population of sentients towards which he feels a degree of bigotry. The problem of having too many clones go rogue, particularly before ROTS, is that it calls into question why Palpatine decided to create them in the first place and why the Republic policy-makers other than him even keep them around. Defective yet deadly clones who break free? That actually sounds like a cool idea.