I recently made reservations for the PPH for the D23 expo (I, and my bank balance, have decided no more GCH till I experience the other two... which is killing me as it truly was the best thing to come out of 2001! But that's another thread...).
Anyway, in trying to refresh my memory I was looking at pictures of the various hotel areas and the iconography of the Sun Wheel's face stands out A LOT - From the logo, to artwork, the carpet and even the carvings in the desks all feature the Sun Wheel face. The change also affects the iron gates to the pool at the GCH which uses the sun icon as a subtle way to tie it to the wheel behind it.
Do you think Disney should be proactive in fixing these specific references to the Sun Wheel or even the whole theme of the hotel itself to better tie it into the new theme of Paradise Pier (less generic California "fun in the sun", more authentic Victorian beachside amusement/"Disney"), considering the rather massive change in direction the pier is talking, or should leave it be as a cute reminder for those in the know about Mickey's Fun Wheel's former life?