Looks like the Kevin Clash documentary could be the next big thing from Sesame Workshop since "The World According to Sesame Street". It looks like it should be a great piece of history. There could be some unexpected surprises us Henson fans have always wanted to see. I must say that Kevin Clash is a brilliant puppeteer with the Muppets and has done a wonderful job with Elmo (yes I understand how others feel about the little red guy, but please realize that Sesame Street has to appeal to today's audience). So anyway, hopefully those of us who don't get to see it will have the chance to one day find it on DVD, if Sesame Workshop ever releases it. But don't miss out on an opportunity like this. P.S. They should also do a documentary about Caroll Spinney, since he is considered Sesame Street's living legend. He would be agreat subject to talk about, based on the show's long-running history.