My personal opinion, I thought TFA was nothing more that a safe cash-grab by Diznee to make Gen-Xers and the people who grew up with the OT feel all nostalgic and warm and fuzzy inside. They ultimately have to answer to Wall Street, I mean their shareholders. I liked Rogue One. I thought it was a great story. I especially loved the Vader scene at the end. However, I have a bad feeling about TLJ. I think it will be nothing more than ESB Version 2.0. There will be a cliff-hanger at the end and it will have audiences on their seats waiting for Episode 9 in 2 years. Again, Diznee is going safe, "protecting" their investment and making Billions of dollars. I get it, it's a business decision. I don't like it, but I understand. And when I look at the roadmap of the Star Wars franchise in the upcoming years, there's going to be a movie virtually every year. Everybody gets their own movie, Han Solo, Boba Fett, Poe Dameron, etc. To me it waters down the product. Are we going to have a VH1 Behind the Music: Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes? But then again, I don't have P&L responsibilities at Diznee. Just my 2 cents.