I loved the scene in ANH where Ben spoke of the Force and The Clone Wars. Before the PT illustrated the Clone Wars and the Jedi Council etc, what did you think the Clone Wars were? Did you think of the Jedi as being a structured organisation so closely aligned to the Republic? I thought of Jedi as being few and far between, masters of the force that would just go about their lives like everyone else, normal jobs and lifestyle, but with this stunning power. They would act when needed on the side of justice. I really like that idea of Jedi, it makes them a lot more special and mysterious than the legion of expendable Jedi we had in the PT. I imagined the Clone Wars as these defining events, not linked to the rise of the Empire, but having a very fundamental motivation - slavery for example. I'm generally not a big fan of the PT and I think the Clone Wars were mishandled. I think it should have been a war about clones (clone slaves?), rather than a war that features clones on one side. It doesn't make sense as to why they were called the clone wars just because clones fought. Droids and Jedi fought as well. We don't call World War 2 the Nazi Stormtrooper war.