Agreed. I mean personally, I never liked on how easily Clark accepted his alien heritage after having lived as a human being for 18 years...well actually 15 since he arrived on Earth when he was three..in S:TM. There's a lot of potential and realistic drama that could be used from Clark struggling with the fact that he's not only a alien, but the fact that he's the last of his kind essentially (well until he meets Zod, then he'll be the last sane person alive of his kind). And I really hope that they emphasize the importance of Clark's relationship with his Earth Parents; since it was due to their guidance that he had such a strong moral foundation to build off from in order to become Superman. I think one thing that a good amount of people that I've seen tend to overlook is how important it was that a couple like the Kents found Clark when they did on Earth. I mean like the crappy reboot is showing with the military, or like elseworld tales on shows or stories have shown, Clark could have easily gone down the wrong path as a young person had he been given the wrong set of parents who not only couldn't understand and accept him, but lead him in the right way.