What sort of colour correction will you be doing? Since from the Technicolor photos we know about the Death Star interiors actually being blue in some shots, it would be good to see that preserved, but I do think the '04 is the often the wrong shade of blue and makes it too strong sometimes. And then of course there's the other rubbish like heavily oversaturated reds, dark/weird skin tones, laser blasts being too pink or missing colour altogether, and all that. (And the crushed blacks, but those aren't fixable.)
Mike Verta's site has a lot of good notes on colour correcting the opening scenes of the movie. (This is where I first learned exactly why the image looked so messed up--before I couldn't really describe what I was seeing.) http://www.starwarslegacy.com/
I'm also wondering whether you'll be using the G-force'd GOUT for the beginning crawl and Star Destroyer or not, along with msycamore's subtitles (since they are very accurate to the originals).
The Mos Eisley test looks quite good. I'm really looking forward to this. :)