I know specific little details of this are being discussed elsewhere, but Bob Iger had some quite illuminating things to say about how he feels about theme parks in a broad sense, and I think it's worth considering in the larger context of what Disney is doing with its theme parks... Disney’s Bob Iger Talks Streaming, Park Plans, and Learning From Kodak - Barron's To his credit (sort of), I think he very clearly and openly spells out his approach to the parks (and it's something we've been able to surmise for a while). Under the remainder of his regime, any new attractions are to feature IP, and any older attractions that don't feature IP are, essentially, second-rate and generic. What he indirectly says about Expedition Everest, in particular, is actually kind of infuriating. Needless to say, I think this mindset is catastrophically wrong-headed for the creative future of the parks, but I think this is a subject worth talking about, even on these Uni-centric boards. As someone who loves both resorts, I'm deeply troubled by this mentality.