Having just seen AOTC on the DLP at the Pavillions, my main feeling would be that other than seeing a little more detail in the visuals that are mostly computer generated, you don't see much of a difference. I think what I was really wowed by at the Celebration 8 minute reel was the fact that all 8 minutes were of mostly cgi images. Understand, the fact that you can't tell the difference between this and a showing of projected film is the real acheivement. Up until now there was no ability of an image generated by computer or analog video to have the resolution and clarity of little bits of photoreactive chemicals tightly packed onto a piece of plastic. The fact that you can't tell the difference is huge in terms of production and distribution costs, the cost of using tape to shoot is 100s of dollars, versus 1000s to shoot on film. Even larger is the fact that to send the film out on tape to theaters costs 1000s in tape versus millions in film prints. A film print currently costs about $1500 dollars, multiply that by the 3300 screens showing AOTC, and you see the difference sending out a $100 tape makes. This is gonna change everything about the movie business down the line.