Actually, Jim Henson Company employees, family members, Disney folks, and Sesame Workshop people all read these forums, and some of them could be members but I'm remissed who it would be. Wait, did I use that word correctly? I loved Muppet Christmas Carol and Treasure Island. I would have enjoyed Muppets From Space more had they not had such lame guest cameos throughout. Muppets Wizard of Oz is really good, but I wasn't in love with Dorothy. Seeing as how the majority of those productions were done in association with Diz kind of negates the disappointment here with JHC. I've also not been in love with much else they've been pushing from JHC. HOwever, I have found myself cracking up at much of the Puppet Up stuff, and (what's her name? Juliana?) the female puppeteer is AWESOME! She is hilarious and quick and a very good catch for the JHC to do something with her. I bet she has wonderful ideas they could work from if they asked her. I feel that JHC could score with this at the theater, and it is a shame they don't trust their own brand enough to fight harder to get it in theaters, but with movies like Mirrormask under their belt opening to select theaters--and a very weird movie at that, very artistic and visually beautiful, but not something I can watch over and over--it's going to be tough. Well, I normally like to go see things at the theater and pay the $8.50 for a ticket to find out if I want to buy a $20 dvd or not. I suppose in this case I'll just wait until it's released, pay $5.00 to rent it and if I like it buy the $20 dvd. I'm saving $3.50 that way, I guess. Still, there's nothing like seeing it on the big screen. I hope Fraggle Rock goes to the big screen. If not, BOOO!