Nice thought.You know I just realized that the #1 thing that Disney does best hasn't been mentioned on here yet, and that's how they handle lost kids. With 30K - 55K people in the park every day it is inevatable that there will be several kids every day who get seperated from their parents. But every cast member is taught to keep an eye out for a lost kid (really, they're not hard to spot, you can see the fear in their face pretty quickly) and every cast member is required to drop what they are doing no matter what it is and assist a lost kid when they come accross one. In my time at the park I think I probably ended up assisting about 20 or so lost kids. I'd say half the time we found the parents before making it to Main St. The parents are always freaked out, but at the same time they know that their kids are safe at Disneyland and that we the cast are going to take very good care of them until they are reunited. I think that's one of the things that I most took pride in when I worked there now that I think about it.