Wired magazine published a special "Star Wars is back!" (did it ever leave?) issue today, and with it comes a large amount of quality Star Wars content on Wired.com. I haven't read it all yet, and probably never will (I do have a day job...) but here's a quick rundown.
Star Wars—the Fandom Editors by GeekDad's Nathan Barry is a great overview of the best fan-made remakes and documentaries, including a Star Wars "despecialized edition" in HD, a Star Wars Revisited that keeps the good special edition additions and dumps the junk, and Jamie Benning's awesome Star Wars Begins fanumentary.
74 Things Every Great Star Wars Movie Needs by various contributors is an amusing list of op-eds highlighting some of the ingredients that went into the good Star Wars movies, such as Mystery, Music, Flaws and Funny Droids.
Inside the Battle of Hoth is a jokey piece about how badly the Empire bungled its invasion of Hoth. I found it a bit long and dull, myself, but I've already had e-mails from several people saying they liked it. Follow the link and decide for yourself.
Star Wars Revolutionized Special Effects Twice; Can It Do It Again? by Jason Mitchelitch reviews the special effects of the original trilogy and prequels and considers what more might be done. The conclusion: probably not much.