Well I listen to classical music and the majority of the time I'll hear something that I think might sound great if it were in episode II. Of course I'm not suggesting these exact pieces be used for episode II, but rather these are at least the type of music that I would hope the score would sound like. I created little excerpts of some tunes that I thought gave the right sound that I would like to hear. You can download the if you'd like. They range from about 700K-2MB so they're not incredibly large. If you want to just hear the smaller ones that's fine. Here are the pieces I selected: Les Preludes by Franz Liszt: This little melody is what I thought might sound great for an Anakin and Amidala love theme. It simple but sweet so I thought it could work. It is also very versatile. I'm giving three versions of it to show that it can be used in many variations as Williams often likes to do. http://yodaman_tfn.tripod.com/lespreludesexcerpt.mp3 http://yodaman_tfn.tripod.com/lespreludesexcerpt2.mp3 http://yodaman_tfn.tripod.com/lespreludesexcerpt3.mp3 Piano Concerto by Tchaikovsky: There's this small sequence in the third movement that I thought would sound great for an action sequence. It has this swashbuckling sound that would be great for a lightsaber fight. http://yodaman_tfn.tripod.com/tchaikovskypianoexcerpt.mp3 Also Sprach Zarathustra: Williams, as some of you may know, was influenced by Holtz. A composer in the same kind of modernistic symphonic genre is Richard Strauss, and Zarathustra is an extremely well known piece not disimilar to Holtz's Planets. Some of you may know the opening fanfare as being from the movie 2001. Here's an sequence that I thought had a tense and exciting feel that would work well in some sort of action-oriented or dangerous part of the film. http://yodaman_tfn.tripod.com/strausexcerpt.mp3 And this last one's self-explanatory: http://yodaman_tfn.tripod.com/Gay.mp3 And so that's it. Hope you enjoyed them. I'll post more if I hear something I like. I wouldn't mind it if other people posted pieces of classical music they thought would work well. You don't have post the music itself.. Just describe and explain what piece would work well. Thanks.