Qui-Gon hasn't given up on the fact that Jedi are supposed to care and love and that that's not a bad thing. The rest of the Jedi are so detached and they've become so political that they've really lost their way and Yoda starts to see that in the second film.
Pressure, to me, was creating a Star Wars film, then sitting alone in a theater with George Lucas and showing it to him, the guy that created the word 'Wookiee' and R2-D2.
"Star Wars Rebels" brings back the banter and faster pace that the original films were famous for.
Just getting to meet George Lucas was pretty amazing, and then working with him and getting to be part of this process... it's a great responsibility.
Working on "Clone Wars", it was always canon.
So Kallus, definitely an interesting character, and one to watch out for - especially if you're a rebel.
You read in any war stories - World War II, whatever - that there are many, many heroes. There are the main stories you always hear about, but there are all these other little people that did things that were very important that we don't always know about.