I was thinking about this earlier, about the affect the new movies will have on the original trilogy, how people will view it years from now who didn't have the experience of seeing the "later" half of the story initially before the first. When I think about how I used to view the movies, I saw the OT as the story of Luke Skywalker while the PT was the story of Anakin Skywalker, but now... Now that we have an emotional connection to the Anakin who existed before Vader did, is it possible, with the strong focus on his character that the PT has and his dominating performances in the OT, that Anakin's character may very well swallow up the storyline? That people will see it less as two separate parts with one about Luke and the other about Anakin, and instead see it as a six part saga of the introduction, rise, fall, and subsequent redemption and loss of Anakin Skywalker? This isn't to say Luke will lose his own position as a powerful protagonist, but the stories will now be intrinsically connect in ways they weren't before when ROTS comes out. Add to that the fact that Anakin/Vader has a way of dominating (or at least becoming an outspoken presence) in any scene he's in. Simply that Anakin's complexity and power as an individual character may become even more compelling in the OT films because of the PT and the early emotional establishment of Anakin's character with the audience. ...What do ya'll think?