Taken from teletext page 547 on bbc1, George Lucas has stated he will be releasing all 6 films in hi-definition format. USA sources are reporting that an improved version will come out on Blu-Ray in 2007. Lucas states that he didn't want to release episodes 4-6 before episode 3 had been released, and that he intended to release the whole sereies in 2007. He decided to bring it forward not due to fans pressure, (as he had originally stated), but over his fears of piracy within the dvd market. He feels that the market has 'shifted dramatically', and that piracy is eating into sales. Just as likely he feels the market has grown more quickly than he expected, and there's enough money to be made now? He told CNN that he was worried there migh not be a market in 2007! Personally I think he's looked at the size of the dvd market, then considered how fast it has grown in 6 years or so. Blu-Ray was released last year, so by 2007 it will be almost 4 years old. What's to say that people won't hold out for the blu-Ray version, and not buy the dvd at all. This way he maximises his prifits by selling the dvd now, only to sell the Blu-Ray version to the same people in 2007/8. The bbc1 report implies that certain dvd features like the 'famous deleted scenes', may well have been left out to give consumers something extra on the Blu-Ray discs. Also, there's already rumours, (whether accurate or not), that there will be a 30th year anniversary set. Inevitable really I suppose.