It's great seeing Naboo again - it's quite simply the most beautiful planet ever seen in a SW movie - the ideal place to go on holiday. It's nice that we don't just visit the same places this time, that we actually see more areas of the planet and the city - a nice touch. That central plaza is stunning, with the trees and the fountains and the blue sky ... it's beautiful. It's great to see Gungans in Theed - a very nice touch - and I love Artoo's method of climing stairs. Judging by his wobbling down the Mos Eisley stairs in ANH, he's much more adept at climbing than descending. And I love the running little thing in all the SW movies, of Artoo being left way behind by everyone, then suddenly, in the next scene, being right behind them again. During the edit, Anakin and Padme must have stopped and waited for him to catch them up. It's good to see the political parallels between Palpatine and Padme, although it would have been better had it been established earlier in the movie that Palpatine had stayed longer than his term, or at least established in TPM that a Chancellor should only stay in office for, what, 8 years? Something like that. Padme's "I'm not sure I was old enough ... I'm not sure I was ready" is very telling about their characters - Padme is a pragmatist who places emphasis on experience and patience, whereas Anakin is the bold, impatient, naive youth who always rushes into things without thinking them through, who earlier in the movie said "I'm really ahead of (Obi-Wan) - I'm ready for the trials!" He's always ahead of himself. Also, it's nice that the information that Padme was re-elected and served two terms was dropped in here - it was something we would have assumed anyway, but it's a nice touch, emphasising her as a good and compassionate leader.