After not getting any leads for a while, I ended up buying some from Paizo and CoolStuffInc. I ended up spending a little more than I wanted, but I got enough to cover a lot of types of encounters.
And bravo for choosing Savage Worlds as the RPG system for a Star Wars PnP. It works great for space pulp settings and some of those fan-made adaptations for Star Wars are awesome. Something to be aware of, is that there's a really good fanmade apdaptation hosted on a website that's only accessible by invite -IIRC the creator got some cease & desists from LA- so you won't find links to it on savageheroes.com or savagepeodia. PM me if you want more info on that.
I found the invite-only site a while back, and contacted the author for an invite. It's a great conversion. I ended up grabbing five or six others from here and there. In the end, though, I ended up writing my own, as most of them just didn't go into enough depth for me. They all seemed to try to convert the West End Games Star Wars system rather than writing one for Savage Worlds, which is what I'm doing. Instead of a list of ten weapons (all from WEG), I have a list of about 70 (all canon), which is enough to give the players trade-offs: range for damage, damage for AP, range for rate of fire, power for ammo capacity and so on, instead of having every 'blaster pistol' be identical. I have about twenty types of armor plus a fully fleshed out equipment list and a group of setting rules, along with a full droid character system I'm working on races and force systems right now.
Not only am I going to run it for my kids, but my Pathfinder group ended up a person short this week and I got volunteered to run a SW Star Wars game as a one-off. Our first game was the past weekend, and it went beautifully. Only one of us (not me) had any real experience with Savage Worlds, but it was so easy to GM that I didn't have any trouble at all. It went over well enough that the group is wanting to ditch Pathfinder in favor of making it a full blown campaign.
One cool trick I found: Starwars.com has a crawl creator, but you can't save. I made a crawl as an intro to the adventure, then recorded it with Fraps. I played it on my big-screen to kick things off, and everyone loved it.