Hello, thanks for having me here!
I’ve started watching Star Wars since the summer of 1977, and every release since then in the theaters. My first Star Wars toy was an empty box, promising 4 action figures sometime in the near future, which seemed like years but was only months. Just a week ago I took my 6 year old son to Disney, and we piloted the Millennium Falcon and both of us were thrilled, and he noted that I was in Chewy’s spot, he in Han Solo’s seat. I am indeed a fan.
I have a home theater projection set up at home, in my living room with 15 foot ceiling, huge classic Polk audio SDA speakers in front and for rear, magnapans also for center, full range speakers for surround and height, the sub is giant competition size with 18" ported dr crankensteins and sits connected to the couch for extra effect, each pair of speakers has their own dedicated amp, 1080p Panasonic projector to a 150" screen from 15 feet away from the couch.
I have the first dvd box set, long before blu-ray.
Recently I picked up an oculus quest 2, and have been using the light saber to train to fight darth vader.
Using a bit of choreography, my son and I have been dressing up and dueling with Kyber Light Sabers now for almost 2 years, and from a distance we look like two jedi fighting. Most little kids just want to hit hard at everything, but he’s learned to control his movements carefully to keep dueling.
I’ve watched all the episodes in order of release, and in story order so many times, and it never gets old, only better. Even still there is so much to learn with every viewing. George Lucas told a very good and long tale, with plenty of lessons to be learned by us all.