No, just because one considers a location iconic that you don't consider iconic doesn't mean that they consider every location, or scene, in Star Wars as being inconic.
To me, Tatooine is an iconic planet in Star Wars... hell, it appears in 5 of the films. And when I think of Tattooine, I think of Luke's home... the Lars homestead appears in EP2, EP3 and EP4... this location appears in half the films, and bridges the gap between the prequels and OT.
^ Pretty famous scene, if I do recall.
You're getting me all wrong here Chewie. I wasn't saying YOU thought every scene was iconic. I was saying that there are undoubtedly some out there who do think that way though.
Again, we can agree to disagree.
For me Tatooine is the Cantina, Jabba's Palace and the Sarlaac pit.
Others may say it's Watto's Hut or Lars Homestead or the Pod Races.
Still others may say it's the Jundland Wastes where Luke meets Obi, or perhaps the any number of the Sandcrawler scenes.
All are important to the story, but not all are iconic. But what constitutes something being iconic over something else can be left to one's own interpretation.
So no worries Chewie.
Regardless of how we may differ in our opinions of the importance of the Lars Homestead, I'm still getting that "battle Pack."