After recently visiting the Disney Gallery, the land that I want to see "remade", for lack of a better term, is Frontierland. Many of the drawings and paintings in the Gallery show Frontierland originally having unpaved roads-dirt paths. I think they should do that because if you think about the theming, in the old Western towns in frontier America, the roads weren't paved. I can just picture walking into Frontierland from Main Street and walking on dirt paths. The theming of the buildings would definetely fit. Oh, and put much more tall fir trees to get the real feel of the wilderness. I guess it wouldn't be a remake, more like placemaking. I've always found it kind of ironic that Tom Sawyer Island is considered a Frontierland attraction, but the rafts to get there are in New Orleans Square. Why not place the rafts over by the old Mike Fink Keel Boats loading dock, then it would actually make sense.
And while I'm on the subject, Critter Country is supposed to remember the old South of America. If anyone has seen Disney's Song of the South and the environment that the movie takes place in, that's the setting I would like to see in Critter Country: the woodern fences, dirt paths again.