Addendum to above: I also liked the lightsaber battles. Regardless of overall trilogy narrative, they went back to one-on-ones that have more emotional weight, as opposed to the prequels that somehow thought having wideshots of a few hundred blue and green glowsticks would somehow be compelling as opposed to pretentious. Could the imbalance in the force add to one's abilities? The greater the disturbances the greater the magical abilities and easier of use it is to realize they got the power and use it? The ST is clunky and Uncle Palpy is shoehorned into the trilogy at the very last millisecond... and that (I think?) would lessen the issue of "Oh tyhey have these big powers and can even save lives, this makes Luke and Yoda and everyone else look dumb and impotent) but that's what the movie needs to tell us in narrative, not as guesswork from a casual fan.