Everyone seems to have an idea as to what they want to see in this movie. I've been a fan of this character all of my life and I have come to realise the one thing that attracts me to this character and sets him apart from any other comic book superhero..the one thing that makes or breaks a Hulk story to me, and it's the one thing that I think will make or break this movie. Banner vs Hulk.. Banner is a heroic character, that DOESN'T WANT his superhero abilities....and that's really his distinguishing trait. He is a superhero, whose quest is to get rid of his powers. What other superhero has that distinguishing feature as his main theme? He is trying to purge himself of this curse that was brought upon him by his own hand. Sure you have the smashing and the fighting with supervillains, which is fun along the way..but the whole crux of the story is Banner wants to rid himself of Hulk...and sometimes Hulk wants to rid himself of Banner. It's very "Universal monster movie" but even Stan himself admits he borrowed ideas from that source. To me, the best stories from the comic revolved around this duality and struggling with it. Fighting the Abomination or the leader, or whatever incidentals were thrown in his path along the way, were really just the side stories to this primary storyline. Hell, even the TV show...for all the things it changed, nailed this idea...and that's why it worked. It sounds like the movie may capture this theme just right. As long as they do, I can let go of any other small changes like a couple of webbed ears...and I'll be a happy man. If you are a real Hulk fan and enjoy or know the character, I would think this would be the most important thing to you too. Thoughts?