So The Mouse now owns The Force. I am totally okay with this. Hear me out. First off, three words: Marvel Cinematic Universe. Second, Georgie Boy won't be allowed to push any more buttons, and that can only be a good thing. Third, Disney is ultimately driven by money. They are very good at putting profit over "artistic vision". In the case of "Star Wars", that's a good thing. If the original theatrical versions of IV-VI got a decent DVD release, it would be a mega seller. Disney knows this. Disney does not care about Lucas' "vision". Disney cares about money. And let's be honest here: They didn't just buy a production company. They bought a fanbase, and they will milk it dry with the exquisite precision that only the Disney machine can provide.
As far as an episode VII is concerned, I'm interested to see what happens with it. I quit the franchise after Episode I (still haven't seen II and III), but I'm willing to give them a chance, at least up to the first trailer and see how we feel after that. I'm also interested to see if they work with the expanded universe or if they do something completely new. Either way, heads will asplode in record numbers. It could be fun to watch. I might make some popcorn. Everything tastes better with Disney.