I know this has come up before, but the more I think about it, the more I see the problematic theme issues of denoting that small part of real estate as "Critter Country" as opposed to keeping it as part of Frontierland. Of primary concern is the vague nature of a "Critter Country" and how it detracts from that end of the park. Planted on the shores of the Rivers of America, and growing out of New Orleans Square, it seems it would have been more appropriate to leave it as a part of Frontier Land even when it was just The Country Bears. It fits as a sort of back country of the Frontier. Granted, with Pooh, the issue gets more problematic, but the presence of that ride along with Splash Mountain suggest the problems with a vague title like "Critter Country". Pooh is so much more in line with Fantasy Land, but when they added the ride to it's present location, it really more so called attention to the problem. In it's current state, one could see them adding a Chip and Dale ride which would also fit the vague theme of "Critters" but would detract even more from that end of the park.
What say you? Revamp that area and give Frontier Land some respect? Love to hear thoughts from both sides.