Originally Posted By Dr Hans Reinhardt Firstly .. thanks for asking me my opinion. For comic relief (;p) imagine for a moment in Mommie Dearest .. any moment where Joan had a look of disappointment in her face. Any part of the film. Pick any scene. That should set things up .. to give you and idea of what I think. ;-)" LOL!! Thanks for sharing your thoughts Dean. We don't always agree, but I respect your passion. "The Theme Park industry thinks too "small"." I actually think that trying to tackle "the future" in a way that is tangible and believable with a bit of fantasy thrown in IS pretty big thinking, and perhaps too big of a concept for a global multimedia company to execute properly in one small segment of a theme park. SDL's TL is short on attractions, but I think the aesthetic is a step in the right direction. Imagine the same setup with the addition of an elevated transportation (Rocket Rods? People over? Automated electric automobiles?) system, maybe some kind of high tech train, and a few more elegantly designed buildings housing ships and restaurants. It would be pretty cool.