Please bear with me, this is not a Lucas bashing thread! I would like it not to turn that way. This is something I just pondered and wonder if others might agree. I was just thinking about all the SE'ing of the original trilogy and how it has upset some fans of the originals, especially with its revisionist attitude toward history (i.e. Greedo/Han, Luke screaming, Bring My Shuttle, etc.). I asked myself, Why Would Lucas Do All This? Well the answer I came up with is that he wants it to match Episodes I-III. That's why he re-CGI'd Mos Eisley, added the stuff in Cloud City and made the end celebration in Jedi so broad and sweeping. To add scale. Because it's obvious in Ep. 1 with Coruscant and other places that the universe is now much larger than it was depicted in Ep. 4-6. But no matter how much he adds to the OT, he won't get it to match, with the film stocks being what they are and all. Watching the SE of the OT it's PAINFULLY OBVIOUS where the additions are and all that. So why not just re-shoot the OT with new actors, use total CGI like he did with Ep.1 and leave the OT for those who liked it? Surely there's money to be made if he made new Ep.4-6s and cast new actors in it. I know, people will say "SACRILEGE!" but hasn't he already violated that principle by SE'ing the originals? And if his true intent is to make a seamless viewing experience out of Eps 1-6 in order, this would be the easiest way for him to do it... Just my ramblings.