The 'Lighter' Side Of The Force
I don't think Qui-Gon was a full blown Sith, but I think he may well have been a gray Jedi. He goes against the Jedi Code and is often rebellious, due in part to Dooku being his master, On the same token, he does have a lot of empathy for others and the less fortunate. So no, he's not on the dark side, but he is definitely a maverick Jedi.
The theory about Boba Fett killing Owen & Beru actually makes perfect sense. He carries around a portable flamethrower, and the corpses lying there are more in line with being disintegrated by something like that. Maybe the Empire enlisted Boba Fett's help track down the two droids. Fett shows up at the farmstead, and when he doesn't get the answers he looking for, he kills Owen & Beru as traitors.
Han was an extremely skilled pilot, but that doesn't necessarily indicate Force ability. If that were the case, Obi-Wan, Luke or Leia would have picked up on it long ago (especially Luke). On Hoth, Obi-Wan would have instructed Luke to take Han to be trained by Yoda as well. Han was one of the greatest pilots in the galaxy, but that does not equate to Force ability. Han also made a lot of special modifications to the Millennium Falcon which also helped in that regard.
Qui-Gon's spirit told Obi-Wan to leave Luke on Tatooine in the novel "Darth Vader". He was told that Anakin would never again set foot an Tatooine, as it was the source of so much pain and Vader wanted to avoid re-awakening Anakin again. Luke was safest where he was, especially on the Outer Rim.
I have long suspected that the Ewoks feasted on some of the Imperial soldiers they vanquished, but probably out of view from the Rebels they were dancing with. :)
Flawed logic. The Stormtroopers didn't have to shoot Owen and Beru, they only had to burn them...hence, the smoking home and charred bodies - hello! Also, just because Vader didn't want to return to Tattoine doesn't mean he couldn't have sent a search party to find Luke there. Again, hello, he sent a search party to find the droids there - he didn't actually go there himself. And Han didn't need super human reflexes to immediately counter Greedo's first shot - they could have simply both been planning to fire at almost the same time with Han's shot being fired coincidentally just a nano second after Greedo's. Interesting video in parts, but ultimately flawed.
Han shot first fucktard, watch the theatrical release