Hi there. I was wondering, now that most Batman fans agree that Begins is the truest representation of Batman portrayed on screen, going right back to the source material and presenting a story of boy to man to hero - where do the Burton films fit in your view of Batman, and Batman in movies? Obviously they are not supposed to coincide with one another and Begins is certainly not a prequel, so how do you look at Batman and Batman Returns? Are they just great episodes in the career of Batman but are purely for entertainment, and don't hold anything in the way of being canon, or definitive? Or do you still regard them and put them on the same mantle as Begins - or even higher? I ask because Begins was Warner Brothers chance to put Batman back on the map after Schumacher's attempts and they certainly suceeded, but I in no way want to just forget Burton's efforts. His films had their flaws but they are worthwhile for the director's unique, dark take on Batman, brilliant casting choices and Danny Elfman's work. So, what do the Burton films mean to you in the wake of Batman Begins? Are they still your number one representations of Batsy on film? Or have they taken on a different feel after Christopher Nolan's brilliant work? Sorry for the rambling nature of this post, please feel free to ask me to explain any of my points in this post.