I had an interesting discussion with my son today. Some background: He is 14, has been diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder, and is highly intelligent. Unfortunately, he doesn't like Disneyland. As we talked, he did admit that one of the reasons he doesn't like Disneyland is the overwhelming sensory input. Understandable. But the other thing he mentioned, without prodding from me, was that he finds the trend of basing everything on a movie limiting for his imagination. He even made the comparison to Universal Studios. I found that interesting since he's not on any discussion forums, and certainly wouldn't be on a Disney one. Of course, that's been mentioned many times before, here. I know that often it's said that many of the views mentioned here are because we're Disneyland fanatics, and we don't represent the "typical tourist." However, although he isn't typical of a standard human being, on his own he came up with the same opinion that many here have mentioned.