Marcelo, any writer worth his salt is a bit mad, so I take that as high complement.
Regarding E9, I too would be disappointed if Luke and Snoke are not represented well with narrative coherence. Obviously I think the film makers are attempting to write this myth utilizing deep symbolic significance, so to pull a punch in E9, like you suggest, would be a missed opportunity.
Then again, Impossible to see the future is… except that No one’s ever really gone… And we know there were flashback sequences in The Last Jedi, so perhaps we’ll get more backstory than you think.
And hey, if the film-makers want another mad writer to help with a little rewriting, they can find me. It’s not like I’m on Ahch-To.
Thanks for weighing in.