I'm optimistic. The problem with the prequels was George Lucas' deteriorating vision. And really, if we're diving into it more, George Lucas should only SHARE credit with a few others for episodes 4-6, so he wasn't exactly going to nail it on his own, anyway. But when you put someone in charge who loved the films growing up, you're going to get a refreshed vision that's true to what made audiences love it in the first place. That's why guys like Spielberg and Cameron were so great at what they did. They were the first generation of movie directors that loved film as kids. They were able to study film. Perfect it. And overall inject that element of care into their work that made us care about it just as much. And with the backing of a studio like Disney, you have to imagine this will go better than the prequels.