Like I said, I wouldn't really call them evil either. They are huge jerks to everyone that isn't an asset for them though, and they definitely don't play by the rules. The main point of my post was to combat Rachel's "The Exiles are just as bad" outlook that she seemed to have (Though I may be mistaken on that). The Exiles don't do anything that the Dominion does, nor do they have the same attitude or reasons for doing things. The only reasons the Exiles are even on Nexus and hurting the natives are that that: They were forced out of their own planets. Their big ships are broken. The natives wouldn't negotiate or weren't intelligent enough to. The natives are fighting them without negotiating. Bottom line is that they aren't choosing to be jerks, they have little choice, it is necessity. Also it should be pointed out that the Eldan said that the "Humans of planet Cassus were destined to rule over a star spanning empire." Since the Human Exiles are also from Cassus it is entirely possible this prophesied that with the guidance of the Humans, the Exile group will expand and grow to peacefully encompass all nations. Also, Nexus is "owned" by Cassians, but the Human Exiles are again from Cassus and they have just as much "god given right" to the planet as the Dominion does. These are the intricacies of this lore I find very interesting. Both sides have a destined claim to the universe and more specifically planet Nexus. The Dominion are just jerks in how they do things and the Exiles aren't. Which side will win? Which side is better? Who is right? These are questions I cannot answer.