I think a lot of people here to need stop thinking about what Walt would do and how changing some things is bad.
If we get stuck in that old way of thinking we'll never have any progress. This is from an interview with Steve Jobs with Walter Isaacson:
When asked about the story of Jobs telling him to never ask what he would have done:
So I go over to his house, and—I still remember how he started this discussion. He said, “There has never been a professional transition at the CEO level in Apple.”… And as a part of this, I asked him about different scenarios to understand how he wanted to be involved as chairman. He said, “I want to make this clear. I saw what happened when Walt Disney passed away. People looked around, and they kept asking what Walt would have done.” He goes, “The business was paralyzed, and people just sat around in meetings and talked about what Walt would have done.” He goes, “I never want you to ask what I would have done. Just do what’s right.” He was very clear… He was making this point, and he says, “I hope you listen to my input if I want to input on something.” I said, “Of course.”
Just food for thought...