I'm probably as deeply invested in the current EU as anyone out there, having spent at least a couple grand on EU materials since 1991, and being thoroughly well-versed in the characters, places, and lore established by coutless authors, books, comics and games over the last 21 years. STILL... There is an upside to the possiblility of an EU reboot. That would be a more perfect union of stories encompassing everything from the PT through Clone Wars and the OT. There wouldn't be the (at the time) necessary vagueness about PT-era developments and characters, along with inconsistencies and other headaches that arose from having post-ROTJ stories coming in with no knowledge of PT-era developments. It was super exciting at the time, and there were a wealth of truly awesome stories that built on each other over the years. But what if all the downsides were erased along with what we love? What if Luke didn't lose his wife, and Han and Leia didn't lose two sons? What if Chewie hadn't died? What if Luke and others weren't written into a corner, and the successive generation(s) wiped out needlessly? What if it was Padawans instead of apprentices, and there was a better cohesiveness to everything? What if the best aspects of character development were kept and replicated with even more consistency? Just some thoughts. We'll always have the current novels we collected, anyway.