My approach to Ahsoka Tano is quite different than the standard one.
Unlike most people, my first encounter with her was not in the Clone Wars series, but, apart from a short video snippet from Star Wars Rebels, in the second season of The Mandalorian.
What I saw there was heart-balm for my sore Jedi-loving soul: unlike the barbaric dismantling of Jedi dignity especially in TLJ I beheld an exemplar of strength, clarity, valor and dignity. Formerly Jedi or no, this Ahsoka is an epithet of a knight as becomes the term! Meanwhile, after having watched the Clone Wars series and a large part of the Rebel series, I see that appearance with mixed feelings. The Ahsoka depicted in The Mandalorian strikes me as a bit too above the fray, a bit too pithy and shows way less vulnerability and relatability then I’d expect from the previous embodiments of her. I agree with all the people who consider Rosario Dawson’ performance wonderful in its own right; however, for an ‘extrapolation’ of the animated Ahsoka (think of a possible series, movie to come), I tend to think we need some more ‘Venus’ and less ‘Mars’ (or, for “Space Trilogy” connoisseurs, more ‘Perelandra’ and less ‘Malacandra’) in this adorable figure.