Some random thoughts from reading and flicking through the Atlas: This I can completely appreciate. I immediately spotted that Moltok - homeworld of the Ho'Din - is in a similar region that is explored earlier that the surrounding space. I've tracked the appearances of the Ho'Din. They appearance was moved back with the KOTOR comics, and then back further with the Lost Tribe short story. Your placement in the Kymoodan era still leaves them further move to appear earlier. The Advozdec (Riflor) are another one who appear in KOTOR that you've coloured yellow. I'm glad to see this attention to detail. A problematic one that didn't get dated early is Alzoc, with Talz appearing as early as 4000 BBY. However, the Rakatan presence there can probably contribute to their appearance offworld... Is this a nod to the surprising [link=http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/TIE_Fighter_Construction_Facility]TIE fighter construction facility[/link] over Nar Shaddaa in TFU? Retconning many of the ancient temples found on various worlds to be Rakatan is a very cool touch. Good work drawing on such diverse sources for that. Nice to see a rationale for the Battle of Dantooine given in the planets section, too. It seemed a bit random for such a huge army to be contesting that world. I have to say I was ecstatic to see the [link=http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Atrivis_sector]Atrivis sector[/link] feature on a map! Of course, I now have significant updating to do on that article. It is interesting to see that Generis lies within the Pentastar Alignment, however, as the RA/NR had a significant base there right through from the early days of the Rebellion. It is also a bit surprising that Horuz lies on the Relgim Run - I would have thought the DS construction I site would have been off a hyperlane, but it is not a problem as such. The image of the Tynnan and the H'drachi, I presume that was at Dan's request? I think this has already been mentioned, but an index of maps would be very useful.