I just finished the trilogy now, and I have to agree with all of your points, Boga! I liked the books, but I thought a lot was left unresolved at the end. -Like you said, Boga, is Jag still alive?!?!?! I really was hoping that he and Jaina would get back together by the end of the series, too... -Do Jaina and Zekk cease to be "mindmates?" I just found the whole part about them becoming Joiners a bit creepy, especially when they acted like bugs, too *shiver* -Does Jacen ever tell his parents about Allana???? -I definitely like Luke and Mara being able to see the holos of PadmÃ©, but it was never resolved why R2-D2 had the holos in the first place. -I liked the fact that Luke realized that he was taking the Jedi down the wrong path (i.e. by saying that ends justify the means, etc.) and took steps to correct it. I have mixed feelings about him saying that you have to either commit yourself wholly to the Jedi or get out. On one hand, being a Jedi should be a full-time commitment (like in the Old Republic), but on the other hand, it seems mean to people like Danni and Tenel Ka who want to use the Force but whose 'destinies lie along other paths.' Also, Luke becoming the "Grand Master" of the Jedi order (it sounds a bit Masonic)...yes, the Jedi needed some order, but power corrupts, so we'll see where this goes -And, above all I hate bugs. It was neat to have discovered the Killiks, but I completely agree with Han when it comes to bugs. Overall, I give the trilogy a thumbs up, I thought it was a pretty enjoyable read! Has anyone heard anything about books set after this trilogy?