Yeah, but many of the “inconsistencies” you just mentioned are either very minor (to be expected in a canon this big) or illusory. For example, we’ve never seen or heard anything that indicates that Rey was a slave at the time of TFA. Likewise, The Legends or Luke Skywalker actually ties in a lot because it shows us the scope of the legend of Luke Skywalker, which people make a big deal of in the film. It helps you to better understand just how larger-than-life Luke has become in the public eye, and why he feels like he can never live up to it. I’m not going to nitpick everything you mention, but I have to explain why I disagree. - The throne room scene has a very different context and very different results. In ROTJ, Luke is trying to save his father and triumphs. It’s the final battle. In TLJ, Rey fails save Kylo, and the death of Snoke just leads to an escalation of the conflict, rather than the end of it. - Putting the Falcon through tight spaces has been in TESB, ROTJ, TFA and now TLJ. It’s not an original trope at all, but it’s not copying off the OT as much as it is continuing a tradition of frankly arguable necessity. - The Battle of Crait has a different environment, different context, different events, and different outcome than the Battle of Hoth. The only real similarities are “Walkers” and “White stuff on the ground”. - Rey builds a connection with Kylo and senses the conflict within him. Being goodhearted but somewhat naive about people (remember, she was a loner for most of her life), she thinks she can save him. Of course, she can’t. - Having multiple plot lines running at once is not unique to TESB or the original trilogy. Again, I’m not nitpicking here. I just need better evidence to really “get it”.