Ok, I finally went to the Oakland Museum Disneyland Exhibit. I drove there the week before and found out it was closed(poor planning). Anyways this is the last week and if you haven't seen it, GO! They dont allow pictures otherwise this thread would be littered with them. They have these mobile audio handsets that you push a button at certain parts of the exhibit and a narrator or imaginer in some cases comes on and tells you about the exhibit. They had alot of interactive parts and some very cool artwork. The Exhibit starts out with the big D from the 1990s version of the entrance sign and then you walk around the corner to watch Walt playing with his trains. I believe Ward Kimball talks in one of the videos. You then go towards everything from Park designs to Guest relations to Attraction Designs. I only wish pictures were allowed because there was so much to see. Anyways it was the closest thing to being at Disneyland. I can only hope they move this to a Southern California museum for you folks to enjoy now. If you live in Northern California make time this week to see it. If you live in Southern California well..... I guess you could just go to the park .This is much better than what replaced Mr Lincoln.