Totally agree. I personally have no interest in watching the Snyder Cut (I have yet to even see the Whedon version), but I think it's cool that it exists since Zack Snyder never got to finish the project he started. As an artist myself, I know how upsetting it would be to have a project taken away from you that you spent months (or even years) working on. But a lot of the time "I want an extended cut" just means "I want more footage". Which is fine, but...I'd prefer they just release the best deleted scenes as features on a DVD or on YouTube. Not every movie needs an extended cut. I think having multiple cuts of movies just tends to make things more confusing. You end up with the Blade Runner problem of not knowing which is the right one to watch. Aside from a few exceptions like the Snyder Cut, I think most movies should just be left the way they were released. I think what needs to be normalized is not rushing movies and ending up with a half-baked product. Like, I don't really want a Rise of Skywalker extended cut that attempts to make a bit more sense of the story. The damage has been done. That movie needed more time in the script stage, and they blew it by insisting the ST movies be released every two years instead of three. No extended cut would change that. At most you might end up with something slightly more coherent. At this point I'd prefer they just devote their effort to making sure whatever comes next doesn't have the same problem. I intended to change mine once or twice a year, but I've had the same one since early 2019, lol. I was going to keep it set for as long as it took me to watch all the Disney Zorro episodes, but then I got busy and forgot to finish. I keep meaning to change it, I just need to find something good to replace it with.