I think it was on a Treasure Planet thread, when the demise of traditional animation came up, that X-S Tech, I believe, made the point that eventually someone is going to reintroduce a traditionally animated film, and all the critics will stand up and cheer--well, that seems to be happening already...... I just got to see The Triplets today(much to my surprise, I wasn't anticipating a Maine release)--a wildly alternative film(essentially no dialogue), animated much in the style of 101 Dalmations, to my closest estimation. Musically speaking, to keep somewhat to the forum, the soundtrack is essential for anyone interested in animated film music(Sharon, front and center--this one's worth listening to)--a toe-tapping blend of styles from the 20's to the 60's/70's(jazz/blues based), with even a pinch of Mozart thrown in. Definitely not a Disney-type release, though, and no o-o-h's and a-a-a-h's over fancy techno tricks, but just a different kind of STORY, and all-in-all, a nice change-of-pace from the same old......interesting what can happen when the road less taken is chosen, and true artistry is set free..... Hey Mike.....what d'ya think??? The toilet's just barely finished gurgling from flushing all those artists away...... Mike P. S. Actually, first found out about this film when my son sampled the soundtrack several weeks ago at Borders--it's been a musical staple in the household ever since! Definitely, check it out!