I love this show, and I also love the intro. But I'm curious about the graphic symbolism in the intro. There's a bunch of stone faces....I wonder who the artist meant them to be? There are a succession of statues, and a red figure with hands upraised like tall wings. It kind of reminds me of Soviet art, or perhaps it is supposed to be reminiscent of the pulp magazines that spawned Foundation? The figures then dissolve into a red mist. Symbolizing decay of the Empire? A large grid design made of polygons is perhaps the Prime Radiant? (Oh btw I thought the Prime Radiant was a 3d depiction of Seldon's equations. Please don't make them look so much like a sparkly LED wall projection that Gaal stares at like an entranced child.) Again, I love the show & can't wait to get a poster, calendar, coffee cup or other souvenir of one of the greatest TV moments of my life...a Foundation show!