To me, Toon-Town turns away more then it welcomes in. I have never been a big fan of this repelling land and i suppose it's because there is nothing new and exciting to do there. Although i love the disney cartoons, i contemplate that there shouldn't be a toon-town because Disneyland is focused more on real events in time and places where as in Toon-town you must step into an one person's ideal of how cartoon's characters might live their life.
Art is not that simple. (Ex: ) Everyone has there views when they disect a painting (drawing/show) and not until they gather together and talk do they begin to become more leniant to what another person finds important in a piece of art. In plain words, Toon-Town should be re-thought so that the guest is able to imagine, dream up, and live in the world of the common Toon. Off the Page in DCA does a good job off this because the guest is able to communicate with characters (nemo) and even find out which Toon is most like them. A person can not just see the world and understand it---they must live the in world to know its true capacity.