This is something I thought about when the name for the Filoni series was revealed to be simply "Star Wars: The Clone Wars". I knew there would be confusion with the micro series because of its very similar name, but it seems lately that LucasFilm has been actively brushing the micro series under the rug. Hasbro has been instructed to no longer make figures based on the series (though they sneak them in anyways), and even Genndy himself seems to think that the original series is being intentionally pushed aside. The reasoning for this seems to be that LucasFilm thinks that kids will get confused. I happen to know kids and adults alike that have watched TCW, then see the micro series for the first time and they understand it just fine. In fact Volume 1, as well as Chapter 21, serve as a great lead in for The Clone Wars. Chapters 22-25 admittedly could confuse a little since it jumps ahead beyond TCW (and may be overwritten), but I think the series deserves to be promoted. As much as it alters the original work, I think the best solution is a rebranding of the micro series. I think this could easily be accomplished by simply retitling the series "Star Wars: Tales from the Clone Wars" or something along those lines. No changes even need to be made on the series itself, just a new name for the DVDs and menus. (even though the micro series will still start with Star Wars: Clone Wars, Star Trek: The Original Series starts with "Star Trek" with no confusion) Then LucasFilm/Disney could resell the series as a tie-in to he current series with minimal confusion. This isn't anything new to Star Wars - the original film was rebranded "Episode IV: A New Hope", the first Ewok Adventure became "Caravan of Courage", and Ewoks and Droids were later given a "Star Wars Animated Adventures" series name. And of course Raiders of the Lost Ark was rebranded to match the sequels. What do you guys think? Any other name ideas? Also, if the series was re-released, would it make more sense to move Chapter 21 into the first volume?