Ever since I saw Star Wars in the theater back in 1977, the series has been my lifelong obsession. From collecting the vehicles and figures to reading the books and comics, playing the video games and watching the animated shows, I have enjoyed the very many flavors and varieties the series has had to offer. But at no other time more than now have I seen so much discontent among those who love the SW universe as much as I do. Everyone seems to have a perfect vision of what SW is supposed to be about, and over the years each successive installment seems to draw the ire from fans who dislike what has been done in the films, citing that it doesn't meet their expectations of what Star Wars is supposed to be about. In my experience, the discord began with Empire Strikes Back and has grown with each passing film and every published book that came after. No two people seem to agree on just what makes a Star Wars movie feel like Star Wars to them. There are tons of threads arguing which set of movies is best (to the point there has to be a Warning Banner at the top of each page discouraging contemplation of the topic). There are even more threads devoted to the individual films discussing if they are even to be considered a part of the overall story or not. In the spirit of sharing common ground and learning to respect the ideas and feelings of those whom we do not share common ground with, I ask for pleasant discussion on the topic of "What do we, as Star Wars fans, actually want Star Wars to be about and should the Saga continue?"