Some of the comments mystify me. Some make sense.
First, perhaps it would be useful if everyone knew what the term Daimyo means. It is a feudal lord in Japan equivalent of the English Baron. In Japanese history Daimyos were very independent. Sometimes working for the Emperor or Shogun and sometimes against. In the Warring States Period, it was the Daimyos who were at war.
Second, the Mod street gang. Seriously? Why does this not fit? How are their mods less shiny than Anakin’s first artificial hand? And what about the droids? Weren’t C-3PO, R2-D2, R5-D4, and other droids shiny and colorful? And why is wrong with those glorious 1950’s colors? This seems exactly the sort of thing you’d find in a big city on backwater world. These kids are trying to emulate the more prosperous centers like Coruscant.
And I fail to see any problem if the prequel aesthetic is included. Most of Boba’s lines were delivered by Daniel Logan. And his portrayal is critical to understanding the character as more than just a bounty hunter with a reputation for disintegrations. The prequels are a huge part of Star Wars, as are the sequels. That is the canon this fits with. There is plenty of glitz in there. And even if you want to stick to the OT, the Death Star and the Rebel Blockade Runner were nice, clean, new, and shiny. The light sabers were silver if not chrome. So there is plenty of bits of shininess in the Star Wars galaxy. These kids just have put it together. Also, don’t forget that older special effects hated anything shiny, but we are past that now. The Razor Crest was beaten and battered, but it was silver and shiny as well. Just because Luke drove the equivalent of a rusty pickup does not mean kids in the city will be happy with the same aesthetic.
Now their chase through the city was a bit odd, until you realize that these kids are new to this and their bikes are not supped up enough (they look cool more than being fast - something that works for some) and they are chasing someone in a standard speeder. So this is a chase by a bunch of amateurs. Quite different from the chase we got in Solo, which was indeed more exciting. It felt more real than if it had been faster and more exciting.
And Boba Fett is trying to reinvent himself. The way he acted with Din Djarin in The Mandelorian was a huge tell. He helped Din rescue a baby Jedi to deliver to the Jedi. I think we all know how Boba feels about Jedi. So this characterization is not some new twist. That twist started the moment Boba appeared as he watched Din. He didn’t rush in and take his armor. His new goal of respect was already running and he behaved in The Mandelorian exactly like he is behaving in this series. And if you have seen how gangsters build their empires, there are two ways - by force or by respect. Boba is out to earn loyalty not just blast people. He is still willing to do that as this last episode proves, but he is more interested in building up a team loyal to him than he is in just killing. Mercy goes a long way to do that. He recruits the mods because he sees they have something he can use.
We never get any real indication of Boba Fett’s personality in his original appearances. And if you are taking anything from the EU you are doing yourself a disservice. This Boba Fett was never going to be like that because that characterization has been set aside in favor of exploring Jango’s clone son. If you think they weren’t going to do that you missed Filoni’s name all over this series. He already explored young bounty hunter Boba Fett and this picks up that character exploration after he escaped the Sarlacc.
So if you can’t stand the PT, The Clone Wars, The Bad Batch, or Rebels, this series is not for you because it is continuing what they started. It will bring in Prequel aesthetics. It will tie in with Daniel Logan’s portrayal and Boba’s appearance in Clone Wars. That is a given and that appears to have escaped some people because that is behind a lot of the complaints. You aren’t going to get a series that ignores the prequels or sequels. They are canon and the series is going to include those in their aesthetic and their story telling. So commenting that the mod kids are copying the glitz of Coruscant, Canto Bight, and Hosnian Prime (not to mention all the other prosperous worlds) like kids do makes perfect sense. They fight right in with Queen Amidala’s ship, Senatator Padme’s ships, and the Naboo starfighter. Not everything in Star Wars needs to be run down and ancient.