Davdar based this project on his earlier work, Building Empire, which was an exhaustive look at The Empire Strikes Back. Both of these were possibly inspired by Garrett Gilchrist's Star Wars: Deleted Magic.
While there were a couple of noticeable omissions (Lando's possible death, urban myth or not, immediately springs to mind), the project is a terrific exploration of what could have been. Thankfully, you don't have to wait a day to download this via BitTorrent. Instead, the project is available to view on YouTube (here's a link to Part 1).
On another Star Wars note, a kind gentleman sold me his copy of Classic Star Wars Volume 1: Doomworld over the weekend for a reasonable price. The reprint volume of the first 20 issues of Marvel comic book series is currently out of print and sells for $50–200. My price was significantly less than that.
Yes, that's a six-foot tall green space rabbit.
Marvel's Star Wars comics were produced in an era when there weren't a gazillion guidebooks on continuity and seething fanboy arguments as to what's "canon" or not. For the record, in my not so humble opinion, I'd take this stuff over The Phantom Menace any day of the week—space rabbits and all.