1- Had Luna not awoken Serena's powers, would she still have fallen in love (again) with Darien? Going by the dub, she didnt seem to care for him until after the Crystal was reformed. & that got me to wondering if, ya know, in life, is that fair? Would Serena have done something different, wanted to be with someone different, instead of carrying out a dead person's life?
I don't think it's so much as "carrying out a dead person's life" as "continuing her past life". Usagi was
Serenity, so I think she'd know what she'd want to do, considering she meets Mamoru before she finds out he's Tuxedo Kamen.
2- Chibi moon has what ever makes her & SM moon princesses, but does Moon's mom? Or grandma?
As far as we know, there was never supposed to be a Sailor Moon in the past; they had they ginzuishou anyway. Queen Serenity was probably just a monarch. I think Chibi Moon awakened as a senshi because she not only inherited the powers of the ginzuishou, but also the golden crystal.
3- What was up with the Moon Light Knight? Can Darien ever excess those powers? Were did they come from? Why did they look so different. But, they had to be some related to his normal powers because of the rose, right?
Tsukikage no Knight, or "Moonlight Knight", was created by the animators of the anime and was not part of Naoko's storyline. His sub-story was tacked into R to give the manga some more time to develop. I don't really consider that character part of the continuity.
4- Is Darien a Magical Boy?
..Yes. But moreso in the manga, where he actually uses
5- Are his powers more or less the same as the girls? Basicly making him a male sailor warrior for earth? Why didnt he ever get a super form?
He only has one form in the current life, and that is Tuxedo Kamen. He never powers up, or uses his powers in the anime. Besides controlling the golden crystal, I think he has less power than sailor senshi.
Yeah, going by #1, I am not a fan of reincarnation. Or at least as it is in Sailor Moon & Inu-yasha.
Well, I don't think you can really get around that. It's, you know, a crucial part of the plot.