Growing up before the prequels, many of us easily accepted the idea that Luke, Leia and other Jedi could marry, having kids, and still be Jedi Knights. It just made sense. Then the prequels arrived, and gave us a very different view of Jedi behavior. After AOTC, and the big plot point about Jedi and their relationship with romantic love, many couldn't help but wonder how this related to established book "canon." Obviously, the EU connected the dots by saying that the New Jedi Order had a different set of rules. Now, we are in a unique position. We may finally find out, either through direct plot points, or through vague references to the past, what George thinks about post-ROTJ Jedi having romantic love. This is not only important to answer lingering questions, but to thematically tie up the saga. Do the children learn from the mistakes of the last generation? Is attachment still a threat years later?