I originally posted this in the DCA Project Tracker, however someone suggest I post this as a seperate thread to maybe get a better chance at a clear answer so here it goes.
Ok so I was thinking(can be a dangerous thing I know) and it's a question that is probably one that would be better asked to Lutz but there are many insiders on this board who might know just as much so I will give it a shot. Most everyone has pointed that after this Phase 1 expansion, there will be a Phase 2 expansion that is more concentrated on building within the empty spaces in the park and plussing the existing attractions. Most have said the funding and approval of this Phase 2 relies heavily on the success of Phase 1. Phase 1 will more than likely be a huge success. So my question is how much success is needed for the approval of Phase 2 and is there such things as "too much success" in Phase 1 that could hinder Phase 2 as it is not deemed as necessary? I think from the rumors we have heard , Phase 2 will have a whole other objective than Phase 1 and is in turn, just as necessary. Phase 1 is the transformation of DCA into a full day park with more family attractions and lands and great, new theming and redoing of lands to bring a whole new face to the park. Phase 2 sounds like it is more about strengthening the park and theme and improving on the smaller things that will make the difference and also bringing a possible original ride. I remember Al once even mentioning the inclusion of more and bigger festivals throughout the year to compliment the already hugely popular Food and Wine festival, as a part of Phase 2. It needs to happen. So again my question is, how much success is needed for the approval of Phase 2 and is there such things as "too much success" in Phase 1 that could hinder Phase 2 as it is not deemed as necessary?