Dear George, I loved AOTC, and while I understand your obsession with CGI, maybe in 10 years a CGI creation will replace the subtle realism of a ***actual person in a suit***, but until then, you will save money and not insult the audience's intelligence by using CGI where it is necessary (such as Dexter Jettster or Yoda), and not for routine things like control panels and Clonetroopers. I had flashbacks of "Final Fantasy" right after Yoda and the troopers landed. It was just too obvious that the Clone Commander, and others in foreground were fakes. I love the background CGI, the wide shots, the vistas, etc. But when possible, closeups should involve human composites. An extra costs about $50 a day, the suit probably $1,000, and it would have been infinitely better than any Apple or PC-created wizardry I saw there!