George Lucas loves to do simultaneous battles. He proved as much in ROTJ and TPM's respective climaxes, and he admitted as much in the TPM audio commentary. But if I have one big, big wish regarding the editing of Episode III... it would be to make the Obi-Wan/Anakin duel continuous. The flow of the mood needs to remain consistent - not like ROTJ, where the (in my opinion) most emotionally riveting sequence in the entire saga, the final confrontation between Luke/Vader/Emperor, is broken up into pieces with the space and Endor battles in between. It's about time George Lucas realizes that the power of the Obi-Wan/Anakin duel will be maximized by drawing the audience in - and keeping it there. The final confrontation in Dooku's hangar in AOTC already attests to the effectiveness of staying in a single setting continuously; while the emotional power of Anakin going off to find his mother and his subsequent actions - specifically, how it was broken into so many short segments - shows how unwelcome sudden interruptions in an involving mood could be. Agree? Disagree?