I'm going to agree with Disneyphile...yet I'm going to agree with almost everyone here. I think people read into the name "Tomorrowland" too deeply. I mean, if you think about it, Fantasyland is more like Europeland, Critter Country is the 100-acre Wood, and New Orleans Square is really an irregular hexagon. Disneyland Paris had the right idea of calling their Tomorrowland "Discoveryland." That way they don't have to hear the criticism of things not being futuristic. But Walt's idea of Tomorrowland was "a land on the move," hence the Rocket Jets being up high and the Peoplemover (yes, slow, but also very fun) constantly going back and forth. People don't necessarily ask for the rocket jets and peoplemover to come back, but atleast put something up in the sky that moves. They were going the right direction with the Rocket Rods, but budget cuts put an end to that. But yeah, Tomorrowland will never reflect on tomorrow, it never really has, but man, it's such a cool land! And it's making a comeback! Let's just hope for the best and not read into it too much.