On the one hand, the trailer did very little for me (Other than the space battle scenes, which were awesome), and I very much disliked TFA as a Star Wars movie, so my interest in Star Wars films is at an all time low. On the other, it's not written or directed by JJ Abrams, so it is highly likely to be better than TFA just on that basis alone. Rogue One was automatically better than TFA merely by not being an Abrams production (And also it had a better sense of how to do a Star Wars battle than TFA did). XD
So...hope for the best, prepare for the worst. I won't be going opening night (I never go opening night to anything, lol), probably not until the new year. And I'll probably get people to tell me what happens, because I might just wait until the movie comes out on digital rental to actually see it.
I dunno. I just don't care about Star Wars anymore. Like, I still love the Lucas movies, but I just don't have that childlike sense of glee over them anymore. Even though I liked Rogue One, it still had a ton of problems that does not give me hope for the Disney Star Wars thing. TFA was put together on an assembly line meant to optimize fan service, and, well...I don't like it. Fan service is a sign of laziness and/or desperation. Rogue One, while it had moments of brilliance, was brought down by awkward pacing and a really boring first act. I've basically lost interest in most of the Marvel movies except as, shall we say, silly entertainment because the movies feel very samey. I'm worried that Star Wars will go the same way. And I don't want it to go that way.