DCA needs to have a central focus. With out bulldozing and starting over its hard to see how to repair this park.
There are two possible directions to go. One is to really spend the bucks, wipe major areas, and start over with a better them, such as Americal Historical theme (Disney’s America), or something totally new (or borrowed from Disneyseas)
Ok, that having been said. Let’s go with some thing that really allows for the use the current placement of rides and attractions with a minimum amount of changes (at least compared to bulldozing) to the overall landscape.
Disney wants to buddy up with Pixar, and Pixar wants attractions for their projects. Use DCA for that. It’s already on its way with Bugs land. Turn Disney’s California Adventure in to Disney Cartoon Adventure - drop the whole California theme.
Hollywood BackLot becomes Cartoon City. This is the place where cartoons are made. They may live in Toontown, but this is where they come to work.
Tower of Terror: Since its new, it could stay, but would need some rethemeing to fit the new vision.
Disney Animation: This can stay and would become a major showcase previewing coming attractions to DCA and Disney Feature animation. This keeps the show(s) fresh and visitors returning.
Hyperion Theater: It’s too big to just dump. I’d go with more live action versions of Disney Feature animation.
Jim Henson's Muppet Vision 3D: Since it backs up against the numerous shops of the entry way there is plenty of room to put in a new attraction on the size and scale of Mansion/Indy. Perhaps one based on Scrooge McDuck, Magica Dispell, Beatle Boys and Unca Scrooge's famous number one dime.
Superstar Limo: This is already being altered for Monsters, inc.
It’s very popular with the teen crowd, so let’s focus on that. This where Disney Toons come to party as well to take a break from the hustle and bustle of filmmaking.
California Screamin. Rename to fit the new theme.
Sun Wheel: Rename to fit the new theme.
Maliboomer: Rename to fit the new theme.
King Triton's Carousel: Rename to fit the new theme
Games of the Boardwalk: Dump these. They are insult to Walt. Replace this entire area with bumper cars.
Dump Golden Zephyr, s.s. rustworthy, Orange Stinger, and Jumpin' Jellyfish. Put in a Bumper boat ride like MM old El Bumpo with a generic cartoon overlay. Use part of the space for a decent boat dock for future water parades.
Mulholland Madness: Use this space and part of the numerous restaurants for a Lilo and Stich dark ride in the same vision as Alice.
This area is the hardest because its so diverse, no common theme fits. The best is this is where the “uncivilized” toons live.
It's Tough to be a Bug :
A Bugs Land: This can stay although expand the area into the Timon parking lot and replace Heimlichs Chew Chew Train with a version mini-coaster along the lines of Gadget’s Go Coaster themed to for Heimlich.
Mission Tortilla Factory, Boudin Bakery, and Bountiful Valley Farm: Replace this section with an area themed for Toy story. Add a suspended Coaster themed accordingly. Expand even more into the Timon parking lot and add a toy story spinner (dumbo clone). Use part of the existing buildings for a single, sit down buffet, toy story restaurant using large oversized objects to simulate being the size of toys.
Grizzly River Run: This gets a brother bear overlay.
Golden Dreams: Dump the show and use the building for dark rides based on Finding Nemo or Little mermaid – use the Peter Pan ride system to help simulate underwater movement.
I'm at a loss for the entire Condor Flats. It would do well be the home of Monsters Inc by dropping the Aviation theme and adding more industrial.
It would also do well as Cape Suzette from Tailspin. Neither holds true to the vision of each area being a common "toon" theme, and instead focuses on a single cartoon feature.
Golden Vine Winery, Vacant lot near Redwood Creek Challenge and Redwood Creek Challenge itself, Millionaire, and Hollywood Backlot Stage: I’d go beg Oriental land Company and Imagineering to come up with some really wiz-bang attractions to razzle-dazzle me.