I hope that Lucasfilm makes a series of films for a whole new generation. Disney didn't buy LFL just because of the past, they bought it because of the future potential Star Wars has. That future only grows by creating new fans in a younger generation, and that doesn't happen by dragging in a whole pile of references to the past, the EU, or even the OT and PT. I expect a few nods to older material for the parents in the crowd, but I don't expect LFL to make a movie that requires any previous viewing of Star Wars movies. Avengers is a perfect example of this: you didn't need to see Thor, Iron Man, or Hulk to keep up with the movie. Seeing those other movies helped with appreciation for the movie, but weren't prerequisites to sitting down in the theater. Star Wars should be exactly the same, and frankly, I think it's one of the best things the PT does right. You don't have to have ever seen the OT to understand the PT, and the movies make perfect sense whether you watched them as 4-5-6-1-2-3, or if you watched them simply as 1-2-3-4-5-6. In fact, I really hope it's not a true "sequel" trilogy, in the sense of it relying on the OT for its groundwork. The ST can and should be its own, independent trilogy, watchable with or without knowing anything about the other two.