I'm trying to give him the benefit of the doubt here, but I really don't understand how he can say this: "Financially, I'm a little tiny company -- I'm not like these big studios here, and for me, doing a $100 million movie is a really big deal. That's as much money as I can pull together. I couldn't possibly produce a $300 million movie; it's just not possible for me to do that. So, I have to be able to create a big world for a very small price." (From SW Homing Beacon #155) about his three prequel movies. I mean, he got $2 BILLION dollars from just Pepsi for the prequels. I was pretty disappointed / felt gyped listening to him go on and on about cutting costs in the commentaries to episode I. I thought he should put a lot of that money back in to making the movie he really wanted rather than waiting another 20 years and redoing a SE with the effects he couldn't "afford to do at the time." Can anyone explain / help me understand this discrepancy?