Come on guys, we don't know what they are going for here. It could work really well just as much as it could suck. Like I said before, Futurama intergrates the 3D characters, backgrounds and vehicles into the same spaces as other 2D elements very well. Also, a LOT of animated shows use a combination of computer effects and traditional animation. In a lot of cases, you can't even tell. Sure, the Unicron series did it badly but hey, compare Toy Story to Toy Story 3. It is really jaring to see how much has changed. And they were the same company! My point is don't prejudge based on one bad experience, especially when there are examples of it working so well.