Just a fun, completely hypothetical question...
If given the option to completely close Tomorrowland (yes, everything including Space Mountain and the-not-even-open Star Tours II) for three years, then reopen it in late 2013 as a completely new and updated land, would you do it?
For the sake of this question:
- Huge walls go up, including around the monorail and railroad, so you have no idea what is happening.
- Disney does not release concept art or any other information (basically it would be a complete mystery for those three years).
- Almost everything is demolished and rebuilt (with the obvious exceptions), so it is not just a paint job.
- When it does open, it is a significant improvement over what exists today!
So, is it worth it?
(Please don't reply with "well, you wouldn't need to do this...you could close just different parts of Tomorrowland while other parts are being redone..." That's not as much fun!)