In Empire Strikes Back when Luke is in Yoda's hut and Obiwan shows up, doesn't Obiwan say to Yoda; "Was I any different when you taught me?"
Yoda was Obiwan's master - so where does Quigon fit into all of this?
In return of the Jedi when Luke and Leia are talking in the Ewok village, she says she remembers her mother being very sad and dying when she was real young - but Padme died during childbirth. Are we to believe that it was her adoptive mother that she was refering to?
In EPIII Yoda tells Obiwan he will teach him the technique of communicating with those Jedi who have passed on. And in EP-IV ANH, when Vader boards the blockade runner in search of the Death Star plans he tells one of his cronies; "There will be no one to stop us this time." These two events leave too much still untold between the two episodes.
I liked EPIII visually but the more I think about it the more I find discrepencies with the whole story line. It's rather disappointing to think that the general Star Wars fan knows more about the story than its' creator.
Professor of Digital Arts
Digital Media Arts College
Boca Raton, Florida