I know it's probably a little too late for these ideas to be implemented, but I am very much in favor of Disneyland closing Tomorrowland Station and opening, in its place, a new and unobtrusive station immediately South of the gates of Disneyland.
In its current configuration, the monorail service can only operate with two stops, so having both of them in the Outer Lobby makes a great deal of sense. Situating a station in the piazza between the two parks would permit easy transfers to both the Disneyland Railroad and the Main Street Vehicles. And, the placement would allow the monorail to serve the entrance of D.C.A., as well. Should the new park receive some sort of transportation along the Performance Cooridor, these vehicles, too, would offer easy transfers for service to the Paradise Pier Hotel and the courtyard by "Golden Dreams".
Furthermore, hotel guests entering Disneyland by way of the monorail would be able to do so through Main Street, U.S.A., which is an essential part of the guest experience. Additionally, day guests who walk the length of Downtown Disney, which is a dead-end, would have the opportunity to return to the parking area trams via the monorail.
Guests who are just visiting Downtown Disney might even have the option to purchase tickets just for the monorail and gain a preview of the two parks, as well as an overview of the entire resort destination.
If such an idea were to be implemented, the trains would need to travel in the direction opposite the way in which they currently do in order for the tour to continue making sense. In fact, this direction would create a more logical presentation since the expansion of 2001 changed so much of the landscape surrounding the guideway.
If I had my way, completely, the new monorail trains would feature liquid-crystal windows that can turn opaque when the trains travel through backstage areas, along Harbor Boulevard, and upon entering and leaving The Magic Kingdom.