What's that got to do with what I was saying? If it's in response to my statement "attention... is something Lando wanted to avoid", that's 100% true. He mentions to Han and Leia that he's tried to keep the Bespin facilities a secret from the Empire because taxes and stuff. Sure, he was trying to be an honest man by doing what he thought was best for everyone, which led to him selling the Rebels out to Vader and co when they arrived. Of course that didn't go well, and we get a lot of Empire's third act.
It's never expressively stated that it was incredibly wealthy. Not in Empire itself or in it's canon Wookipedia database does it say the people are incredibly wealthy or not, except for tourists that rent hotel rooms up to 5,000 credits a night. I wouldn't say the citizens walking around in the background look anything more than a typical middle-class citizen.
Although, given the style of clothing in Star Wars, it is kind of hard to tell. Tunics seem to be popular, as well as capes for some individuals, so, unless it's a Senator in the Galactic Senate or something, we don't see anything too fancy from the few moments we get to see regular people in the franchise.
Oohh, that's a good one. Hadn't caught that yet.
The three points you mentioned, and the Falcon being chased by TIEs through what looked like to be tunnels on Crait is similar to the asteroid sequence, is what really stand out to me.
The plot can have these elements but still feel different, so hopefully it does, because as much grief as people (including me) give The Force Awakens for being a rehash, it didn't really feel like it until the third act where it became blatant. There's having familiar elements, and then there's being blatantly similar. Hopefully The Last Jedi's plot structure will be different enough to make us overlook these things once the movie actually gets going.
I really hope not, otherwise the people making movies today are dumber than I thought.
They already think cinematic universes are the key to everything when they didn't realize people turn up for MARVEL films because they make a good product rather than it all being connected. Rehashing being a key to success would only make Hollywood worse than it is.