Yes, it was an investor's call. Yes, I expected it to be mostly about money. But it was grossly cynical. Their reasons for buying Star Wars' should have the fans terrified. And a Star Wars every two years into infinity? The uniqueness and "event" status a Star Wars' film holds will likely be gone. As far as Disney's previous acquisitions and sci-fi work; The Avengers is clearly the best that came out of it, but even as a super-hero fan and Joss Whedon fan, I felt it was overrated and fairly pedestrian. It definitely is not what I would want to see from the Star Wars' franchise. The rest? Disney's Pixar brought us Cars 2 and Brave. Definitely not examples of Pixar's best work. As far as sci-fi under Iger at Disney? We had Tron and John Carter. Neither were especially well handled or especially good. This is the guy who, as they said on the conference call, Kathy will be "reporting to" throughout the making of the Star Wars' films. I'm sorry I don't share your excitement re: this merger. I am happy to see you have hope of great things coming out of it. But I see a ton of companies, such as Dark Horse, losing their licensing agreements. I see firings in Korea. I can even see Skywalker Ranch shutting down after the initial trilogy is complete. It is a dark time for the Rebellion -- as it just sold itself to Walt Disney. Again, I'm happy you, and others, can remain excited for this. I'm not.