Yeah, that's about right. I commented on the other thread, too. 30 Days of Night was great, I thought he did a good job in capturing all the important aspects of the comic. He also did well in creating tension without the use of gratuitous gore or violence. Of course, making a comic into a movie isn't the same as making a book into a movie. But some visual aspects are already established (for better or for worse) so it shouldn't be hard for an experienced director to capture. And that is my biggest concern: his lack of experience. Like I said in the other thread, I hope he doesn't compromise the story or his creative views over money or influence. But for such an inexperienced director, helming such a prominent movie, it may be difficult.