Completely agree with everything you said about the Jedi's impossible situation, regarding the clones. And yes, I'll grant that Krell's position does logically follow from his assumptions; namely, that the clones are not people. Since TCW goes out of its way to demonstrate that the clones are people, with freewill, the ability to think for themselves, it's obvious Krell is "wrong" in the context of TCW. While it's clear some fans disagree, TCW has decided that the clones are people - a decision I applaud - and that puts Krell's entire attitude in a bad light. The very first episode of TCW, Yoda lectures the clones on their uniqueness, their individuality. They're sentient, they're distinct entities in the Force("luminous beings"). In my mind, being the Grand Master and all, Yoda has set the standard for the Jedi's respect of the clones. TCW has been enforcing that standard ever since. Which happens to be half the reason I have any interest in the show at all. .