You got me Sid. I can't come back from that. And you're absolutely right Ben-Obi-Wan-Kenobi, there are always people who are looking behind things, but especially when someone who has shown so much expertise and artistry when creating and designing sound and sound effects in the past and present, Ben Burtt, does what *seems* like such a crappy job at creating a sound that is supposed to sound like a specific character. And what's wrong with people looking behind things? Does it bother you that people wanna speculate about something that you don't think is anything? This is a whole other subject but it is art, and there are things to look for underneath, regardless of wether it's the Farrely brothers or Stanley Kubrick. The perfect example is the creation of the AAT's from TPM where they were given "animalistic" traits to appear more menacing, lion trates. It's behind, underneath. They arent supposed to be lions, they are just supposed to stimulate the subconsious to make them more intimidating. It's in "The Art of Episode I". I believe it is also mentioned in a documentary or the commentary on the DVD. So what would be so crazy about there being something behind a camera move? That's one of the techniques that they often stress in film school is to make camera moves motivated. No to just do things because the look cool. **That's not to say every single detail is motivated with some deep meaning behind it**. It's just, when you are spending around 120 million dollars of your own money on your film, or any artistic expression for that matter, you'd probably like to get the most out of every detail as possible. That's how I feel anyways as a filmaker. So if people wanna speculate, no one should be offended, because it seems like some of you are.