Oops, the cat is out of the bag. Actually, Bioware guy Daniel Erickson was confident in revealing that bit of development history because Bioware has since revamped Jedi starting area Tython to fan-appeasing glory. In the February 2011 issue of PC Gamer (UK Edition), writer Rich McCormick gives us a brief assessment of the detail that goes into questing in Star Wars: The Old Republic. MMO's that don't ask fledgling jedis to pick Force berries? Oh my.
Overall, the article is a long blurb that extols the virtues of the detail that Bioware is known for lavishing in their RPG's. Rich McCormick writes about starting a Jedi character, describes a couple of starting area missions to give you an idea of what sort of questing to expect. There are a bunch of lovely screenshots surrounding the blurb, two of which were posted up on the PC Gamer's online version of the article.
I've included a scan of the featurette in this article's gallery to give you an idea of what you'll find in the magazine, but you won't be able to read the article in the image, you'll need to buy the issue for that :-p