This series was perfect. The execution, the fights, the characterization, the themes, the coherency, etc. There was nothing about this series that I did not like. TCW doesn't hold a candle to Tartakovsky's work. That man has nothing to feel bad for. He did an excellent job. I simply find it despicable that they would basically disown his entire series, yet still have the audacity to borrow ideas from it. Took the time to look at a few posts responding to the interview and the funniest one was the one talking about how Tartakovsky's work didn't expand the series. I honestly considered making an account to respond and tell that person that before his work the Clone Wars was just a title of some random conflict that was mentioned twice in the original trilogy. TCW has pretty much ruined General Grievous as a character for me. Here he was scary and came off as an actual threat. Due to the nature of TCW he no longer creates that effect. When a villain is used that much in a series, they inevitably go through a massive amount of villain decay. I can't even take him as a credible threat anymore. After 4 seasons of him constantly running away and failing he's become a joke.