I didn't realize there was a question of whether CM Matt gets it or not anymore. I subscribe to the view that all of the changes that have occurred at Disneyland in the last year more than show that he "gets it". I don't think Disneyland will be seeing any more massive E-Tickets added. Instead, we will see new C- and D-tickets taking the place of empty real estate, as in Tomorrowland, but that does not really go against dshimel's point, that any new rides would have to replace old ones. These would all be replacements for rides taken out in years past (which is not to say they don't need to be replaced). I would expect more Buzz-style rides, which I am fine with--quality rides that don't take up massive amounts of space. Other than that, all I would like to see with the E-Tickets would be updates, not replacements. This is exactly what they are doing right now--creating a new Disneyland without removing its intrinsic Walt feel. I don't think WDW is getting better treatment at all. Just comparing the Magic Kingdoms, DL is much brighter now and more full of attractions, while the MK is already in the practice of replacing attractions, even though they have plenty of room for expansion (PhilharMagic and Stitch both being replacements). Add the E-Tickets to the park that needs a lot of work, DCA, where there is plenty of room for expansion, and once it is popular, move on to the 3rd gate. That would indeed be an adoption of a more WDW-type set-up, and there is no reason to over-crowd Walt's park when there is room in other places at the Resort. Constant updates to the big rides at DL while adding smaller rides will suffice to keep it looking new (and it is looking new).