Goddamn. These just get more and more impressive. Seeing this made me think, though - what are you planning to do with the narrative of the films? Whose narrative fanedit might yours be closest to? (I know you specify a lot of changes in your OP but I’m wondering about your narrative approach/goals, etc)
Oh, and please tell me you’re cutting the scene in Ep1 when Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon use force speed to escape the Droidekas, which isn’t used again in Star Wars, and especially not used when Obi-Wan needs to move fast through the closing forcefields to get to Qui-Gon to save his life.
You also mention that your plan for Ep2 is to have Padme remain Queen. I’d vote against this for two reasons - Firstly, that many other sources refer to Padme as a senator, most notably the Clone Wars (which people are especially into since it just had its finale, which works really nicely with Ep3); and Secondly, that Leia being a princess still works because she’s adopted by the royal family of Alderaan, making her legally the daughter of Queen Breha Organa.
Dont know what im doing about the force run. Personally never had a problem with it. Though i wouldn’t say what Luke does is the same. He does a force jump akin to what Obi does while fighting maul to get back on the upper balcony. Though Luke does jump kinda quick. It wouldn’t be hard to cut from the Droids shooting at them to the Alien on command deck announcing they had entered the air ducts, but again. Nothing decided on this yet.
And ill consider the Padame thing. Im not real beholden to the EU as i don’t know much of it. (I only read the Dark Empire series, and one of the Legends of Jedi one. Dark Horse days though). Like Ady, i want the movies to kinda be their own thing, not needing to read books, comics, play games, etc to understand the story. Though where i can, i am adding things like the diff colored sabers. So we’ll see. Thematically i like the idea of Padame being a queen. Making her and Anakins relationship even more forbidden. Queen vs peasant/slave/bastard/jedi. In everyway, it was not meant to be, but they loved each other and fought for that.