To be fair, I think Naboo City (or whatever its official name is) is very nice. It really highlights its European roots, and looks stunning. The rest of the PT leaves me cold, though. Fair enough. I don't agree, but your entitled to your opinion. However, consider that all of Dagobah, obviously constructed or not, was real. That was a real Yoda Muppet with a real Mark Hamill standing next to a real R2-D2, amongst real leaves, dirt, rocks, and trees (real as in physical). When Luke angrily grabs is jacket from the branch after failing to lift the X-Wing from the swamp, the jacket, branch, all of it is real. That lends a certain believability to what happens, and allows me to suspend my disbelief easier. Surely, more fantastic scenery and actions can be created by computers today. The PT is proof of that. But I maintain that they feel hollow because there's nothing grounding them in reality. It all screams blue screen/fake. Now, maybe that's okay to you, which is, again, fine as it's your opinion. Me, though? I cringe when I see scenes like Obi-Wan at the diner in AotC because I know that, aside from Ewan McGregor, none of it is real. It's him sitting on a blue stage talking to himself. Even the most emotional scene of the PT - the fight between Anakin and Obi-Wan - looks obviously fake to me. It's not helped by bad choreography (which plagued the PT) or bad camera work (which also plagued the PT), but even the environment worked against it. It's very obviously two people in a blue room twirling away at each other. So, to finish up, for me, the new films need to have real sets and real props. A big part of the appeal for me is the OT's physicality, and that was completely missing in the PT.