Yep. I mean, having lots of great attractions (and geographic/thematic space for more in the future) is of superlative importance, I think. But when it comes to the feel of the exterior spaces, Disneyland has a tighter, more compact approach that allows for better containment of the various areas and a more intimate charm. Now, obviously, having wider walkways is an understandable desire simply because of the insane numbers of people who visit the resort. Avoiding congestion isn't a bad thing. But there are ways to counteract the empty feeling it can lead to.