When I purchased the DVD box set of the original trilogy in 2005-2006 and watched the bonus disc, it got me thinking: What if Lucasfilms released all these films individually in 2 disc sets (like the prequel films were), with Empire of dreams divided into three documentaries instead of one? Instead of getting the first 1977, 1980 and 1983 cuts on the second discs as bonus features, what if these discs contained the trailer for each films, The Empire of Dreams for each film and every other feature concerning each film individually. If you watch the one for The Empire Strikes Back, it summarizes the popularity of A New Hope and how it prompted the courage to make a sequel. After that it goes into the entire making of Episode V and what the reaction to that was. All this could have fit into disc 2 (the bonus disc) of The Empire Strikes Back. Same for the other 2 films. A New Hope. The Empire of Dreams documentary would start of with the origin for Star Wars and end up with the cinematic release of the films. The bonus disc of episode six would start with how popular episode five was and the starting production of Return of the Jedi. So to sum it up, let's pretend the three films were released in 2 disc sets each, with the bonus disc from the four disc box set divided into three sets. How would fans feel if it was released in this method? What would your reaction be to that? I first thought that over twelve years ago, but want to know how other fans would feel about that.