SmokeWars great reply. I agree with what you said and would add, look at the way Obi Wan realises his mistakes (and prequel Jedis mistakes in general) in the OT. He starts talking about "points of view" not this narrow minded doctrine of the Jedi in the Prequels. They (Yoda and Obi Wan) come to know their methods were too rigid and eventually that strict rigidness was their downfall. They should have showed initiative and adapted to overcome the new challenges ahead. Met people and addressed them in a more appropriate and driven approach. Showed concern in a more specific manner especially in the case of Anakin. Obi Wan in ROTJ speaks of certain points of view - compare that to his simple statement "Anakin, Chancellor Palpatine is Evil!" ...Well from Anakins point of view the Jedi are Evil... Perhaps I will post another thread on that specific issue. Highlighting a few points on the scandelous deeds of the Jedi, and destroying the myth that Jedi are perfect, infallible beings who can do no wrong nor ever have bad/evil intentions.