I want to make sure I'm understanding how this scene plays out. When Lando says, "Watch yourself, Wedge. Three from above," Wedge says, "Red Three, Red Two, pull in" and it cuts to Sila Kott's cockpit where she says (dubbed by a man): "Got it!" There are two TIE Interceptors preying on her in the background of the shot. It cuts to an outside view where the TIE Interceptors take down what is presumably her A-Wing seconds later. So boom, she's dead. What did Lando's comment to Wedge have anything to do with what Wedge then said to Red Three and Red Two (Kott) and in turn what good was that command if Sila Kott "got it" only to die a second later? Then shortly thereafter Wedge tells another pilot "Good shot, Red Two" even though Sila Kott is identified in the dialog and the screenplay as being Red Two. Mainly what I'm getting at is that as technically cool as the Battle of Endor space battle is, it feels cut together randomly. The Battle of Yavin isn't as technically impressive but the characters really feel like they're working together in that battle. Here it just feels like chaos. Maybe that's because it's supposed to feel that way since they are caught off guard by the shield being up. Just wondering if anyone has any thoughts on this.