I agree with Mr. Geryak's basic premise about there being much that Walt would be proud of. Yet at the same time, I'd say that there's also quite a bit that he wouldn't care for. There are a lot of things, in recent years, that simply weren't up to Disney standards in terms of immersive theming (particularly in parts of DCA, as it was when it opened). Along with things that were changed, simply for the sake of making them different, without actually making them better (and sometimes making them not-as-good). And also a few things that simply went away, for no apparent reason (e.g., SpectroMagic). Now, of course, I would take it as a "given," that none of these have ever happened as egregiously in Disney theme parks as they have in, say, Six Flags or Cedar Fair parks. Just as I would take it as a "given" that experiments sometimes produce total disasters (but to keep a total disaster of an innovation around after an overwhelmingly successful demonstration that "going back" works is insane: "Light Magic" closed after one season, and yet even after the overwhelming success of last summer's MSEP revival, the powers that be keep trying to keep "Pain in the Night" -- which, arguably, makes "Light Magic" look good -- alive, instead of putting it out of everybody's misery, and incorporating the good bits into the MSEP.) So yes, Walt would have a lot to be proud of. But there's also a lot (what does a Disney theme park need with a crudely-themed, off-the-shelf, "wild mouse"?) that would make him say, "What were you THINKING?"