What do I think? I think George came up with a lot of good ideas, and held back 90% of them for this film. I've spoken to many ppl who've worked on it, as well as ppl who worked "around" it, and they all agree. RotS has the potential to be a great film, in fact, one of the greatest, it lost that potential however, when It was official that George was still going to direct it. He has a great imagination, he built a great world that we're all fans of and he knows how to work the publicity machine. Unfortunately, he is a lousy director, and before you hit that reply button reminding me in "13 year old AOL speak" that Unca George "Kan doo no rong!!11!", let me explain. He is obsessed with cgi and advancements in film making techniques. This in itself is not a bad thing, but when other areas, creative areas are overlooked in the making of a film in order to concentrate on digital eyelash rendering, then there's a problem. I've heard it argued that George is not an actor's director. Then guess what kids? He's not a director. A director needs to tell his actors what he wants, a great director is also a good actor, he needs to be able to tell his actors what it is they are supposed to be feeling, how much of that feeling they express in voice, or in actions, and he needs to be able to push his actors further and further and get the best out of them. I'm sorry, but limiting your vocabulary on set to "Action" "Faster" "More intense" "Cut" just won't do the job. I am in awe of what the man has acheived until now, but I also very much wish he'd have set the ego aside and let someone else direct the prequel trilogy.