Going back to the topic of Ahsoka, I believe that, if done right, they can start having Ahsoka question her own loyalty to the Jedi Order. Season 3's preview suggests that Ahsoka's character will be developed. If they can keep it up all season long, (22 episodes) then I might even tune in on Fridays instead of waiting for it to download onto iTunes. Looking at the old Nickelodeon show "Avatar: The Last Airbender," which is still my all time favorite show on earth, they really found a way to add complex plot into the story. For example, the main enemy in Season 1, Zuko, who is a banished Prince of the Fire Nation (the bad guys) wants his honor back, and he chases down the Avatar. But in Season 2, he just starts to get fed up with everything around him and starts question the difference between right and wrong. In season 3 (SPOILER WARNING FOR THOSE THAT HAVN'T SEEN IT) Zuko decides to join 'Aang's gang' (the good guys). Basicly throughout the entire series he has been growing as a character, and questioning his loaylty to his so called side. If they can do the same thing with Ahsoka here, and keep it up throughout the whole series, it would be awesome. Especially because, in Avatar, it is really a kids show. This proves already that kids can take it, and understand it.