I'm a new member, this is actually my first post, but I'd like to add my two cents here. I think the golden age of disneyland is long over. It ended in 1966. The problem is that no one could love that park more than Walt himself. It wasn't just a park to him, it was his Life. After Walt it became a business, and like any business it's goal is to make as much money and spend as little of it as possible. Now that Disney is so huge in scope, the parks just become a division and a budget to manage. If people will come to the park in droves as they do, business edict says that your fine and why spend more money? Also disney has not really had much competition lately, but as we all see from IOA, disney better be careful because US is quickly catching up.