I respect your opinion, but I look at this subject a little differently. It's one thing to admire Monet, learn his technique, and become an Impressionist painter. But it's another thing to admire his Water Lilies painting, repaint it with a couple lilies moved around, and call it your own, because the latter literally requires no creativity. It just requires the ability to copy. Before I say anything else, I should note that my background is not in soundtracks, but in traditional music, and that's where my opinions are coming from. If there is generally more "creative borrowing leeway" granted to composers in the orchestral or soundtrack genres which makes, for example, Ms. Page's "Nightfall" completely acceptable by OST standards, then I humbly apologize to her and to everyone here for my ignorance.