Have any of our resident critics (Pfeiffer, Weinberg, etc.) had a chance to see this yet? The animation looks interesting, the characters look sorta "twitchy" in a funny way, but it's hard to gauge (I mean even more than usual ). Side topic: Is anyone else getting the vibe that computer animation is going to sweep aside "traditional" cell animation? It seems like with all of the recent computer animated films that the studios might think that the public sees cell animation as old fashioned and that the new technology is better. Sort of like the way they feel people won't pay to see a movie in black and white. Food for thought. That would be a real shame, IMO.