I just finished Reloaded (and watched the original film when it first came out on 4K) and I so far fully agree with the top notch A/V scores. For something filmed in Super 35 with effects finished in 2K, this does show how a 4K transfer can be done right and shine. I think I can safely assume Revolutions will be just as fantastic in terms of A/V quality.
One thing I discovered while rewatching Revolutions for the first time in probably 7+ years...it's actually aged well for me, in terms of the story. I was one of those who initially felt that they maybe should have stopped after the original. But I found myself engrossed in the story this time around, in a way that the first few viewings (and I watched this and Revolutions a lot back in the day). I'm really looking forward to seeing how I react to Revolutions when I get around to viewing it on 4K.