This came up on another message board I go to, yesterday. Do you consider the Star Wars Saga one set of six movies, or two sets of three? Remember, this is you, not George Lucas. For me, I think of them as two sets of three. With the PT, it seemed to me like Lucas got too enamored with his new toys. So much of the them had hey-look-what-we-can-do effects while in the OT, the effects were there because that's what the story called for. But I think the big problem for me is that they came out too far apart. I still remember my mom coming up to my school so we could ride the bus to the movie theater so I could see Empire and Jedi on opening day. Then, for 15+ years, Star Wars was done. Sure there were novels and comics, but no matter how good they were, they weren't the same. Cut to 1999 and it's back. Only it looks different. It feels different. It's all bright and shiny. The Jedi are jumping around like gymnasts on speed. The essence of the Force is something called "midi-chlorians" instead of this great mystical thing binding the galaxy together. And what's with all this political garbage? These movies are supposed to be fun, not the evening news. Everything was different. It was Star Wars, to be sure, and I liked it, but it wasn't the Star Wars I remembered. That's why it'll always be two sets of three for me.