Star Wars under George Lucas always felt like George Lucas's Star Wars, regardless of the quality of the individual episodes. With Lucas's voice gone, it will almost certainly never again feel like "true" Star Wars (to me). Now that it's this different beast, I guess I'm not really concerned with consistency. If it's not going to feel like Lucas's Star Wars, I'd rather see as much variety and experimentation as possible, because that at least is... honest, I guess? Whereas pretending that it's all still of a piece just strikes me as a kind of pointless pretense.
Tokyo, a smoldering memorial to the unknown, an unknown which at this very moment still prevails and could at any time lash out with its terrible destruction anywhere else in the world.