I fall on the side of common sense. Modern technology can be implemented gradually into newer Looney Tune shorts. The fact that DC still publishes a Looney Tunes monthly suggests that the creative personnel on the book are trying to retain the manic spirit of the classics, but having not read the book in several years, I'm not sure if they've slipped in too many modern appliances in recent times. In fact, the last LT story I really got into was the Superman-Bugs Bunny miniseries. Back in Action was OK, but not great. I was a fan of Loonatics, and felt that they were short-changed by biased critics virtually from the go. I saw it as a funny-animal Justice League satire, set in the future, even further down the line than Duck Dodgers, and Duck had the good fortune to meet Green Lantern! WB Animation gave up on DD & LU too soon, IMPO. Give the classic characters to someone who understands them (Paul Dini, maybe?), and turn 'em loose on a new generation.