Dude, I'm not saying it's going to cover everything. I'm saying a ride opening will help, because it will. It's a fact that open ride > closed ride when it comes to capacity. I'm not saying it'll be a cure-all. I get that "queue-less" gives you angst. I think it's a dumb idea overall. But it's not this catastrophic disaster you make it out to be.
If this is all that was happening, Queueless is more than fine. It only gives me angst when Beetlejuice, Disaster, the entirety of Kidzone (not just AA), FFL, T2- and God forbid Shrek all come offline. That, in addition to the attendance boost
the park will inevitably get (no debate here) is
going to be catastrophic. When they came up with the idea of a Queueless F&F, they didn't have all this stuff on the books. We know the D23 announcement changed things- much like Park 4's lawsuit stuff going on.
Plans change, all the time. Still rolling with Queueless for F&F is a colossal F-up given the parks immediate plans. If it was only Kidzone/Nintendo, then by all means, roll queueless- but all these minor closures compound. And when you throw increased attendance on top of it- it will be worse than 2012. At this point, I'd rather F&F not come up and they just close these minor attractions so there won't be an attendance boon.
Its still exciting, and I'm glad everything is happening- The thoughts of Production central being redone is beyond over-needed. MoM fleshing out HP is going to be incredible. But let's have that F&F queue eat up 200+ minute queues like Kong did.
For anyone that has seen the plans- could they still have a queue if they wanted?
ETA: Sorry for being off-topic.
To bring it full circle to MoM- All of the new attractions at UOR, Fallon, F&F and an entire park, will have been queueless. If this is an actual attraction and not a walkthrough/show area- do we see it being queueless?
I prefer Fallon's queueless operation due to the pre-shows- MoM could easily replicate similar things as that.