I agree here, too. I don't need Main Street to be a historical recreation, but it should feel welcoming and homey and SB ... feels corporate. The real world, instead of an idealized space. Again, at Disney I expect an idealized world, with things that I can't find in the outside world. I don't want KFC to replace the Plaza Inn chicken, I don't want Subway to replace a sandwich shop, that kind of thing. One of the things I want from Disney is to displace the outside, real world for a while. It will be there waiting for me when I come back, it doesn't need to intrude on my in-park time.