Would it really come to that much, though? The new effects that Foundation Imaging did for the TMP director's cut only amounted to a few seconds of screen time if memory serves. They fixed a few shots and inserted a few that never got completed due to time pressures. I think they'd have to start from scratch. Foundation went bankrupt not long after the TMP director's cut came out. I doubt anybody still has those assets. It was really good work, but there wasn't much of it. Wise's cut is an improvement, but the film still has huge problems. The story began life as a script idea for Roddenberry's Genesis II series, which never got beyond the pilot. It then got translated to Star Trek: Phase II while that series was bubbling at Paramount during the mid-'70s, before they finally decided to make a film out of Trek post-Star Wars.