It's evolving. Like the "Episode 3.1" screenplay rewrite I posted last fall, this version is not a parody, but rather a serious attempt to enhance the story's character development. "3.1" was especially concerned with strengthening the role of PadmÃ© Amidala who, except for one powerful scene, was, I feel, not given her due in ROTS. It also put Obi-Wan through a rougher time, both emotionally and physically, to bring out more of his character. Anakin was left mostly as is, except for his having to react to the changes in the other characters. Discussions since then, about the way Anakin turns to the Dark Side in the middle of ROTS seeming very sudden even though it really isn't, and about his being, as one fan put it, a "bulkhead," led me to go back to the rewrite and do some serious work on him. So, in "3.2" I've made Anakin smarter and more aware of things, yet wrongheaded in ways which make him vulnerable to Palpatine's manipulations. I've taken a fan's suggestion to extend the Count Dooku scene. I've also done some patchwork on General Grievous, getting rid of his crudest lines to make him a more honorable adversary for Obi-Wan. (That is, until the end of their fight. I couldn't resist giving Obi-Wan a "so uncivilized" surprise in in this version.) Like in "3.1," all of this is done in a way that, at least in the major areas, preserves the timeline for the Original Trilogy. I'll be posting the text of the rewrite in large sections below. Please note that, apart from what's added to the Count Dooku scene, it isn't until the characters are back on Coruscant that you'll start to see major differences from what is in the movie.