This has bugged me ever since 1997, but nobody really seems to understand where I'm coming from on this. Hopefully somebody here will. Personally, I always liked Yub Yub. I was kinda upset when I saw the SE and found out it was gone, replaced by "some Yanni new-age crap" (as I put it at the time). Over the years, I've grown to admit the new music IS more appropriate. Except for one thing. It's the very end of the film. Right before the iris out/credit sequence. Every SW film to date has had a perfect segue from the finale music to the credits. Even when the finale is somber (ESB and AOTC) it still manages to work. Yub Yub worked perfectly too. The strings and "real" chorus start taking over once the spirits appear, and it hits this high note at the end that blends perfectly in with the credits. The SE music does NOT work in the same way. We get this little, kinda subdued (it's mixed pretty low on the soundtrack) phrase that's repeated twice, and then we're abruptly thrown into the credits. It feels really sloppy, and doesn't flow well at all. Musically, there's very little feeling of ultimate climax that the last episode should have. I may not be explaining myself well (kinda hard to explain music via text) but...does anybody else feel this way? If, god forbid, Williams rescores the OT, do you think this little bit should be altered?