Out of all the world's we will be visiting I think I am looking forward to Palavin(sp?) the most, so far the Turians have been one of the most high profile and visible races in the series but outside of politics/military matters we really havn't seen them fleshed out as much as the Asari, Quarians, and Krogan. In ME 1 Tali, Liara, and Wrex were all willing to talk about their people in depth and in ME 2 these races were fleshed out even more when we visited Ilium, Tuchanka, and the Migrant Fleet. Garrus however didn't talk about being Turian all that much in either game sure he talked alot about his time with C-Sec and in ME 2 he mentions how differerent a high risk operation is on a Turian in comparison to how it is handled on a Human ship but other than mentioning that he doesn't think he makes a good Turian (half jokingly) he doesn't talk about being Turian all that much. Considering that the Turians were the first species Humanity came in contact with and it almost escalated into full scale war until the council stepped in. Since then in many ways they have been both important allies and at times contentious rivals, and depending what happened at the end of ME 1 regarding the fate of the council they either become closer allies or bigger rivals. In ME 1 the main antagonist was a rogue Turian spectre but we pursued him in a vessel that was codeveloped by the alliance and the Turians. I hope in ME 3 we get to explore aspects of their culture and we can hear their perspective on the first contact war (we have mainly heard the human perspective on it at this point).