We all know the negative reception these films have gotten, and what used to be very advanced special effects badly used, is now CGI that has aged quite badly, this is expecialy true in Episode I and II. The Prequels will always be part of the main canon, there is no changing that, however, if any film needs a "special edition" it's the Prequels, the creatures now look like unfinished effects, but i'm quite sure Disney has more than enough resources to "fix" that. They do not oun the full rights of Episode IV from what i understand, but they oun all of the Prequels, considering we'll most likely see spin-offs in this time period too, i think Disney should try remastering these films. They're still part of the saga Episode VII is continuing after all, so it's in everyone's best interest to make the look of the movies be more cohesive. I'm not sure Episode III necessarily needs this, maybe a few tweaks here and there, but II is the one that needs the most retouches due to its overreliance on CGI, while Episode I had effects that worked most of the time with the exception of the Gugans, with how much effects have improved, i think their look needs to be finished. Agree? Disagree? Is it more trouble than it's worth? I vote for specialized editions supervised by the Sequel Trilogy team for Episodes I and II.