Great debating as usual, guys. Darth_Tarkus and others, watch the double-posting and (though this is just advice) the extremely lengthy posts. I have a hard time following after a certain point. One thing I was really hoping Lucas would show in the PT and now in TCW is the effect that war has on the Jedi Order. This is something that was brought up extensively in Matt Stover's Shatterpoint and in the Dark Horse SW:Republic. You have Jedi leaving the Order, refusing to fight, deciding that the Jedi have lost their way. You have Jedi joining Dooku. You have Jedi like Quinlan Vos who decide that the only way to destroy the darkness is to become it. How does a Jedi deal with the concept of "collateral damage" or "acceptable losses"? One quick point on Yoda: his dialogue really irritates me in TCW because it's a little TOO backwards; as pointed out by Humble and others, in ESB he doesn't always speak in backwards grammar. "He is too old. Yes, too old to be trained." If this was TCW, he'd say something like "too old he is. Too old to be trained the boy is."