Most of today's youth totally relate to the story behind four out of the five Fantasyland fairytale dark rides, i.e., Alice In Wonderland, Pinocchio, Snow white and Peter Pan. Unfortunately, the Wind In the Willows based story behind Mr. Toad is far more ambiguous....even to many adults and old timers. Due to this unfortunate reality, the Magic Kingdom's Mr.Toad received the chopping block ax years ago. Fast forward to today, and our Toad is proving to be quite resilient; it might even be said that he will soon be "toading the wet sprocket".
In 2015, Disneyland's 60th anniversary will bring with it a re-imagineered Mr. Toad, sure to benefit from plenty of modern technology. I perceive a trackless ride system to be a highly likely improvement. Other new components might include new floor layouts and pathways, holographic effects, stereo quad sound effects, AA's, fiber optics, perhaps even backwards travel diversions. Who knows- the sky's the limit in terms of possibilities. Let's here it for this unique and fun-filled ride that is related to a movie, but not a simple retelling of the exact storyline the way that too many Disney dark rides have always been. After all, the perpetuation of the obvious can produce high interest in the short-run, but has a way of becoming mundane in the long-run.
Keep going for it Mr. Toad - stay on track with success!