I had heard the term Tron City before, although it was never really brought up in the movie, and anyway, with Clu in charge, the official name of the city doesn't really matter that much. Huh, nice to get confirmation that over a thousand years had passed on the Grid, and wow, guess that proves that Flynn really did age slower in there. And ouch, literally a millennium without seeing his son or another human being, no wonder he's so distant (or had to just stat meditating to pass the time). The way the site phrases it makes it sound like those were an interesting thousand years, but Evolution covers Flynn's coup and Quorra's escape, and so after that I had thought it was mostly just Clu consolidating his power. The Uprising cartoon is supposed to happen during that interval, right? If its just set during Clu's coup, then it'll strike me like the prequels, in that they'll fight, but they can't win. Not to mention, even in the movie itself Flynn mentions that though he fight, Clu just got stronger (probably using any resistance as an excuse to clamp down even further). Unless the cartoon focuses on the rebellious factions against Clu- not that powerful, but they're there, enough to try and appeal for Zuse to unite them, and Flynn was waiting to see if they could topple Clu (although not likely given Clu's army and what he could do to programs). Flynn's wife (and Sam's mother) is seen in the Betrayal comic, the first half ends with her giving birth to Sam.