The thing with these films is to have fun and not get bogged down in minute details of logic -- it's all made up and not possible. I don't like Lord Of the Rings stuff so I just don't watch it. Life's too short really to ***** about how movies don't meet your extensive specific criteria when there are a lot of people in world scratching around for a morsel to eat, or people with disabilities who can't see or hear these flicks. I feel lucky to be getting more Star Wars films and privileged to be able to enjoy every one of them as an event. And now to go into minute details of internal logic. A lot of people have commented on how Rey was able to defeat Kylo but he was harbouring some pretty heavy wounds by being shot with Chewie's crossbow -- we saw how much damage that thing could do when Han shot it earlier in the film. The film also shows Kylo banging on hs wound during the fight as to get himself through it -- also he just killed his dad. I think too that Rey has more power than she remembers and was probably trained by Luke as a child but has had the memory blocked or suppressed. We will find out later I guess. I enjoyed the Kylo villain -- he's torn between good and bad; acting like a spoiled adolescent with grand visions of universal domination, talented, untrained, scared and flawed in so many ways -- it's a very human 3D portrayal of the dark side.