These are both examples of things that can be negative for their brand. Its just interesting that the cheaper fix is the one that will be around longer, and not forgotten as quickly, but not acted upon.
Regardless. Is the public's reaction to the "new" DCA going to be better regardless of this? Yes.
Doesn't matter. For how long DCA has been criticized, and considering the size of Mar's Needs Mom's failure, I expect that we as Disney fans owe it to Disney to bash Mars Needs Moms until at least Disneyland's 75 Anniversary.They realized that 1/2 way through the creation, but had to finish it.
The answer is because they are Disney, that is the standard they set for themselves. So if we're going to let it slide in the pier, maybe we could just forget the queues on Fantasyland Dark Rides and maybe e-tickets too. If we're only going to hold Disney to a higher standard on some rides, why bother?
Its not like we're asking for Indiana Jones queues or interactive queues like Florida, we're just asking for detail in line with the rest of the new pier for a consistent, seamless immersive experience, however many or few changes that may take. It just isn't there now.