Unfortunately, I don't particularly like the Legend of Korra (I liked AtLA just fine), and except for the bits that directly intersect with UF stuff -- like the Korra-in-Zeta-Cygni pieces, which I've read and re-read several times now -- I don't really find them all that interesting.
It's not the staff's writing, it's the source material, if that makes sense.
Original stuff (or at least I assume it's original) like the A Fire To Be Lighted characters, I'm loving. I'd like to see more of them! But the mostly LoK stuff is just not my cup of tea, basically -- which tends to mean I don't check in on this sub-forum all that often, especially given my perpetual problems with the unread-posts indicators, which primarily stem from me being too lazy to make use of the manual mark-as-read feature and DCForum's, er, uniqueness.
Which is a long-winded way of saying "I didn't see this until now, sorry 'bout that."
That said... it's a nice, slick-looking piece, not at all hard on the eyes! I did spot what I'm pretty sure is a typo, but as you said this is a draft and you may well already be aware of it. Or it's a LoK thing that I'm unfamiliar with.
First sentence, second paragraph:
"In the inevitable mover about the mission, someone"
Should that be "movie" instead?