According to this article, between 2008 and 2011, their revenue went down 11.1 million, which explains the layoffs in 2009. Plus, "Elmo: The Musical" costs about $270,000 to make per segment, which is two million for all ten. I don't know how much the street stories cost to produce, but there are so many factors to the show (AFFS, SG 2.0, the various films and cartoon), I can understand where the money's going. If they can cut costs somewhere, I can deal. I mean, 21/26 isn't that bad; it could be a whole lot worse. Sure, I'd like to see 5 NEW episodes, but I'd rather get something new than nothing at all. And as I said in the Kinect thread, the new game could (like the article above says) bring in quite a lot of money for SW it proves to be a success, which it has the potential to be.