Okay, I think it's great. It has some of the best effects of DL dark rides brought together in one attraction. It's leaps and bounds better than Pooh, and I daresay better than any of the Fantasyland attractions. I'd put it on par with Buzz. A solid, very solid, D-ticket. Good job, Disney!
Also, the cast who were there tonight were fantastic!
Okay, the queue has changed little in essential elements, but is completely redressed with a Monstropolis theme that just works so tremendously better. There are still some dullish hallways, but even those are punctuated by cute signs and/or video displays. The ride is completely different. You'd never guess that Superstar Limo had once existed there (save for the vehicle design). It incorporates all the best elements of the Fantasyland dark rides: Pepper's Ghost, mirrors for infinite depth and reproduction of objects, audio-animatronics (basic ones, but better than Pooh. I'd say between a regular FL ride and the E ticket AA's). There is also use of video effects to make each ride a bit different, and even some "interactivity" in the form of Roz talking to you at the end of the attraction (the sayings are pre-recorded, but popped in to be appropriate to the riders, such as, "Hey you, the girl in the front row! Nice glasses!", etc.) Some of them are very funny! Another element it uses is the "scent feature" like they use in Soarin', except this time the scent is the very distinct (and yummy!) scent of ginger in the HarryHausen's scene. I was too busy with other stuff to see this myself, but everyone else commented on some spilling sake in that scene as well. There are hidden Mickeys, two apparently on Sully (only on a couple Sullys, ostensibly at least one is on his leg in one of the scenes). There's another Mickey, which apparently is penciled in but not filled in with paint yet. It remains to be seen if they will. It's in the loading area, but apparently VERY hard to see... somewhere in the skyline near a water tower.