I may be alone on this, and I may just be ranting, but I'm fed up with StarWars.com. With the exception of the tiny sized Clone Wars cartoons that were offered a while back, there isn't a single worth-while thing to be had on that website unless you're paying the membership fee. A membership fee for Star Wars. Because let's face it, if anyone's strapped for cash, it's the people behind Star Wars. After all, all they do are indy films, right? (and I don't mean Jones). Before Hyperspace it was just silly, I thought, that Star Wars would need to put annoying ads on their website. After all, why would they need money for the website? It bugs me to no end that I go there for updates, only to find that the only article that's available to everybody is... Darth Vader Voice Changer. Granted, it's a neat toy, but it's something they're showing to everyone because they can get MORE MONEY from it. Isn't it enough that their loyal fans see the movies in the theaters multiple times? That we buy junk food just so that we can get the Star Wars-related trinket it comes with? That we spend hundreds upon thousands on their toys? Apparently that's just enough to keep their heads above water. Or maybe it's possible that someone out there is blackmailing Lucas. Maybe they have incriminating pictures of him not wearing flannel. Now they feel the need to charge for things so basic as information. When will it end? Will a future release of the movies to DVD have pay-per-view technology, forcing fans to pay each time they watch the movie at home? Or maybe a fee on their website for each article? Thanks for the space for a nice little rant.