An often under-discussed change in ESB SE is Vader's line change from "Bring my shuttle," to "Alert my Star Destroyer to prepare for my arrival" and the subsequent shuttle taking off, flying away from Bespin, flying towards the Executioner, the shuttle landing in what is obviously the Death Star's bay, Vader disembarking, etc.
This change has always really pissed me off for several reasons.
1. Vader has just walked away from the second most traumatic experience of his life. He confronted his own son for the first time, told him he is his real father, and may have just killed him. The fact that he originally made a dismissive "Bring my shuttle" command exemplifies that he has absolutely no time for anything else on his mind (also exemplified by his NOT punishing Admiral Piett at the end and simply walking away). I don't think he's suddenly going to worry if there is enough pomp and circumstance when he arrives on the executioner during a pursuit.
2. We never needed to see how Vader got back to his Star Destroyer. "Bring my shuttle" kind of economically fills that in. He got back there by taking his freaking shuttle.
3. It slows the action of the final pursuit scene. That is an intense scene, with the Falcon trying to get away. You just totally slowed it right down.
4. The introduction of the Imperial Shuttle at the beginning of ROTJ is a much sleeker intro of this ship.
Anyways, I know that in light of other changes, this one is less important to most fans, but it always pissed me right off. Anyone concur?