I'm all for a well-founded show of support for a revitalizing of TL in any form, I suppose a written campaign is a good way to start.
However, I can think of one caveat, as it were.
I seem to remember reading something about a case of a guest having written in to DL Public Relations with a suggestion for a certain area of the park (don't remember the specifics here) and when the park actually went ahead and did something similar to her suggestion a few years later, this guest sued the park on the grounds that they took her idea and implemented it without paying her a consulting fee. This prompted Disney to ignore guest suggestions or safeguard themselves against this occurring again, or something along that line.
Does anyone else remember reading this somewhere?
In the meantime, I think I may get started on a nice letter to Mr. Colglazier.