Unless you like it... I mean, a lot that comes out is still good EU material... I just think this Hyperspace thing is a prime example of WHY the EU is not considered "definitive" or "canon", and just something that is there for sort of a fan pick-and-choose... It's like a Star Wars buffet where you can try everything, nothing, or just somethings.
But I was watching a thread elsewhere about Clone Wars (the toons) being "Canon". Beyond the asinine reasons given (some which weren't entirely informed/correct, such as "Lucas was heavily involved with Clone Wars" when in reality he only gave some "help" to them by letting them introduce a character he created), the point stands that Lucasfilm hasn't changed anything publicly about the films being canon and nothing else... I don't know what it is about TV's, but people think that if they see it, they can argue "Yeah, well that happened because it's MORE important than (insert EU medium here)". I think that degenerated into the CW toon being more "canon" than the Clone Wars Comic or some **** like that.
Then it turns to a pissing match where one guy says the cartoon's canon, then another says "but the comic contradicts such and such from the cartoon", and then the EU debate rages because some say the cartoon's now canon, others are confused... It's funny to observe.