I've been going to Disneyland since I was able to walk. I'm 46 now, but in my "youth" I don't recall the super-sized crowds that seem to fill the Park these days -- and seemingly even during "slow" periods.
I know that on rare occasions, the Park will actually stop admitting additional guests, once a certain "cap" is reached.
But what about other times? I sure would like to see some sort of limits put on the number of folk for any given day. Of course, from a business standpoint, this is unimaginable. But in other ways, it sure would be nice.
Now, how to effect this? I've often thought that Disneyland could be a "reserved" affair. When I get tickets to see a stage production, I have to buy a ticket for a certain day and time. There are only so many seats. To have people standing in the aisles of a theatre, or sitting on each other's laps, is out of the question. So, why is it not the same with Disneyland? The Park has always been equated to a "show" -- yet seemingly these days, having a virtually unlimited number in the "audience" is encouraged as strongly as possible.