I've been working through this book (about 3/4 of the way through), and really been enjoying it. Like Scott already mentioned, there is a lot contained in here that I didn't already know about - which is a nice surprise. From what I've read so far, it really seems like Carrie Fisher was often the problem on the set (from showing up late, not showing up, or having arguments with Harrison Ford). It is also interesting to learn more about how things developed and changed with this movie. I've really noticed from both reading these "Making of" books and watching some of the documentaries about the OT, how much different George Lucas seems now. I mean, it has been discussed before, but he seemed a little more willing to let other people's ideas and opinions come into play with the OT (particularly the first two).