I am less worried about the orchestration of the music. Then I am about the presentation. Namely the introduction of opening credits. Which most guilds for whatever reason insist upon. Which was a major reason why Lucas went outside of Hollywood to make his films. The movies have a rhythm, and that actually helps the music. Part of what makes the music stand out is that it isn't redundant, and is actually well paced. I like the way Star Wars starts off its story with music. Rather then music for credit, and then a absence of music for the first couple of scenes. I really hope that Disney adheres to this particular tradition. Be it by paying the fines levied by the guild, or doing what Lucas did, and filming the movie in other countries.