Since the news thread is getting inundated with spoiler tags, now seems the time to move things over here so people that haven't caught up don't have to worry about accidental spoilers. So....that was pretty awesome. Clearly designed as a direct follow-up/epilogue to the Clone Wars finale with the return of The Announcer, CW style recreation of scenes from RotS and the old logo burning away to be replaced with the new, very similarly designed one. Opening with Deppa and Caleb was honestly a surprise, and one that inspired instant dread. FPJ doing his very best pubescent squeaky voice was surprisingly convincing. The gradual shift in tone from (relatively) light hearted Clone Wars adventurousness to the more ominous and oppressive tone one would expect of an Empire is both subtly done and palpable (pun intended!) Action was excellent throughout, and the CW style has never looked as cinematic. Crosshair's turn while clearly telegraphed and not even remotely intended to be a surprise even to the others was nonetheless played out well. The Empire by it's nature is pretty faceless so the show is going to need someone chasing them that has some emotional stakes in the whole thing, and if any Bad Batcher was going to turn Imperial, Crosshair is the only choice. At least they showed him trying to fight it before Tarkin Winter Soldiered him. As I and many others guessed, Omega seems to be another Jango clone; presumably her being female wasn't intended and that's why she's classified as an aberration like the other bad batchers (though that may not be the only factor, we'll have to wait and see.) Nala Se seems to have developed an attachment to her though as she facilitated the breakout. At least I think that's why she did it; Kaminoans aren't usually given to displays of sentiment or indeed any emotion, typically coming off as coldly yet serenely logical and amoral. So it's possible there are more Machiavellian motivations in play as Kamino's place in the Empire is far from certain. Either way I like that they're keeping the show accessible to a younger audience by giving them a POV character (even though the clones will still probably be the favourites for most kids.) Star Wars is always at it's best when it's for everyone, not just grumpy old fans like me.