We just watched The People vs George Lucas, a delightful documentary about the hatred George Lucas stirred up by a) revising the original Star Wars and b) making the prequels be inferior to Episodes 3-6. Most important, it taught me why people have t-shirts that say "Han Shot First." I had no idea Han was standing his ground in the Cantina. I never saw the remake or any of the prequels.
Much is made of George Lucas' greatest sin: changing a movie that was key to a generation of children. I wasn't in that generation. Just to put the finest possible point on it - and this is true - my first date was to see the original Star Wars in the theater. So, if you ask me, George can make the movie any way he likes. He can make it worse, better, in Klingon, I don't care. My childhood is safe from George Lucas.