These are a really interesting addition to what we see of Orson in Rage. He keeps a lot simmering below the surface, some of it the more vulnerable and benign side of himself and some definitely not. There's a furious anger in him that all too easily directs itself at any relatively defenseless target he can construct a reason to blame. His father I can understand the resentment towards, even though we see he is not entirely the heartless monster Orson has created in his mind. There was a lot of misunderstanding there, however much it may have been unintentional. But that vitriol of his all too easily spills over onto people like the Twi'lek "groupie" that he so thoroughly despises for... well, existing. Indeed, I have to wonder if his easy acceptance of Imperial xenophobia has to do with that well of anger in him. Marjory was interesting to me; she seemed to see a lot of his issues but was more inclined to condemn than try to redirect him. Not that such redirection is easy with a stubborn personality like Orson's. But it's intriguing to me that he actually appears to have some things in common with Marjory in terms of personality -- she projects a rather similar intimidating presence for one. Much like your Palpatine, this interpretation of Orson makes him quite complex while still reminding us that he's a human landmine and all too often on the brink of destruction -- both of others, and perhaps, of himself. One has to wonder and worry whether he realizes how fragile his self-control is or if he's in total denial about it.