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I've just finished listening to this and a couple of things popped in my mind.
As anyone who has followed my thoughts over the years will be bored silly with me saying but I'm an advocate of SSWR's idea of starting Jedi on Dagobah with Luke finishing his training and Yoda's death.
Clearly Ady wants to create the impression that Luke may have possibly turned when he walks into Jabba's palace.
Here's a compromise that might work.
We see the saber constructed (using the Force) on Dagobah (which means we don't see Luke stash it inside Artoo). Maybe Yoda watches in the distance looking frail.
Yoda dies and Ben begins to explain about Luke's sister. This scene could be edited in such a way that Luke never loses his indignation with Ben and that would lead to him rushing back to Tatooine to try and prevent Leia from making the same sort of mistake he made on Bespin.
The indignation would then feed the darker looking Luke. Has Ben's lies and revelations changed him for the worse? Just a thought.
Another item that was touched upon was the poor state of the deleted pilots.
Back in the good old days a pilot in a model would be another model. It might be possible to scale the deleted footage back so instead of having shots of fighter models with plastic pilots those actors could be reinstated by framing them inside their ships where they would be so small the poor condition and resolution wouldn't be so much of an issue.
As a sort of B-Wing myself I'm very pleased to have them doing their cockpit spin (at one point the Falcon was going to do that too).