Okay,pretty simple question,but since we are a fairly new group and we do have some newer people,it's always a good question to throw out there. If you're going to name an Ep.II character,keep it spoiler free.I'll even allow EU characters,(but don't tell anyone,I have my canonist reputation to protect!) I identified with a lot of the characters for different reasons.Luke,because of his desire to find his independence,his restless spirit,and his alienation from his father.Han,because of his distrust of institutions and (most)authority,and Padme's and Leia's passion for their beliefs.I liked Watto just because I thought he was funny. I think overall though,my favorite character would be Anakin.I always liked characters who were not wholly good or wholly evil,and he definitely walks that line.Anakin seems like a mess of contradictions at times,God knows I feel like that alot.Most of the time,I'm not sure if it's an angel or a devil on my shoulder telling me what to do. I think he's the most complex and dynamic character in the saga,even after he becomes Vader.His speech to Motti in ANH was the first indication that he had still retained some of his humanity.To me,Anakin was not an evil person,he was simply a man who had lost his faith.He had to get lost in the darkness before he could understand the light.Despite his fearsome appearance and his tortured soul,Anakin's compassion and his ultimate sacrifice to save his child(as well as the galaxy) proved that no one was beyond redemption,and that we are all 'luminous beings',and not the 'crude matter',the masks and the armor,that we shield ourselves behind,and sometimes lose ourselves in. I was very surprised that a lot of people back in `77 actually thought Vader was a robot(you would think the breathing would have tipped them off somehow).