It sounds as though it's all systems go with Episode VII with the very recent announcement of the central London offices of ILM opening for pre/post production of the sequel trilogy. Since ILM has been broken down over the last 2 years with various departments being disbanded and staff being let go - does this mean ILM will be back on form by the building of a new team of respectable British digital and miniature artists and of differing nationalities respectively? Although it means a healthy return to SW's spiritual home of England (inclusive of Pinewood Studios sound stages and UK based sculptors, set builders/riggers, lighting contractors, commissioned prop builders etc. like with Episodes I & IV-VI) - what do people now think of the future Episodes' being done well given the time scale regarding the 18th December 2015 release date and 3 different ILM branches working on those movies collectively? Some have said in the past that it sounds like a rushed production rate despite the release date being pushed back. But can it still be done in a very effective and time reflective manner since there are now only 22 months left?