The master plotting his move.
The final dice roll.
The second game was the Millennium Falcon against the two Ties. This time, the boy was the Falcon and I had the Ties. The Falcon was down to just a couple of damage points remaining when he blasted my second Tie.
The third game, I think, he insisted on playing with two Ties against an X-Wing and a Y-Wing with some asteroids scattered around. I warned him that it was unbalanced in favor of the Rebel players, but he wanted to do it anyway. In the end, I think the Y-Wing had lost a couple of shields and maybe a point or two of damage when the second Tie bit the dust.
Felt like we were playing the game all day. It was a lot of fun, though. We tried the advanced rules but they didn't really stick with him so we didn't really get the full effect.
He got sidetracked part-way through playing by the Nerf guns that I had sent earlier in the week so we could chase each other around the house when cabin fever set in. We spent a lot of time having Nerf wars in addition to X-Wing. Productive weekend, all-in-all.