Just got back from the parks, got there shortly after 7:30 AM, and pulled into the Parking Structure, only 4 toll booths open, and everyone was sent to Pinocchio, a bit of a wait (cars back to almost where the building overhang starts).
Not much of a wait for the trams, the posters have been switched from the Holiday ads, to Rockin' Both Parks, one ad for Space, one for Screamin' and the one in the middle being generic.
Lines were short, only a couple of people ahead of me at the Turnstiles in line a few minutes after 8 AM (and short lines at the Ticket Booths, which now have the new Multi-Day and CityPass prices posted).
Went straight to Space Mountain, which was closed, and some folks waited. The Space Mountain sign still had "Space Mountain" in the LED's, but a new sign was added to the top of the LED's, "Rockin'" in the Red script that was being used in the early material (not the current Black letters, which are much more block like).
I decided to ride the Matterhorn to check out the Sub Lagoon, as I was told that the water was scheduled to start being added last night.
A bit of a wait, as the Matterhorn was running short handed and did not have a "grouper", basically the one person on the other side of the tracks was getting people to queue up in front of the air gates. This is not the most efficient system, but at least the ride was open.
And guess what, the Sub Lagoon is about 1/4 (or maybe 1/3) filled, basically covering the tracks.
Then headed back to Space Mountain, got a Fastpass then entered the Stand By Line (posted as a 20 minute wait). No changes to the queue area. I will write a more detailed description later, but the ride does have the new soundtrack, and lots of new lighting effects on the ride. The big drawback, you can see the track, and all the supporting structures, including the emergency stairs, etc.
After that, took a ride on the Monorail, checking out the Sub Lagoon again. Looks like they have stopped filling the lagoon, many workers are doing a lot of work, including some "pool cleaners" with the standard mesh net trying to gather up debris and other trash, presumably to make sure that most of it will gotten at this early stage, where employees can still find a lot of dry ground in the Lagoon.
Used my FASTPASS for a second ride on Space Mountain before heading over to DCA to check out Screamin' shortly after 10 AM.
The Screamin' sign that runs horizontal has a new added "top" (shaped somewhat like a Diamond) that says "Rockin' California", along with some shiny material behind it.
Ended up riding Screamin' 3 times, and wasn't impressed, the sound worked all three times, and didn't sound very good at all, very "scratchy", Red had the worst sound, Green was a bit better, and Blue sounded the best. No other changes than the sound at Screamin'.
Then headed out of the park before Noon, and the ticket booth lines were curled around and started in the back of the booths.
Driving out of the Parking Structure, noticed that the cars were backed up to the halfway point of the Ball Road Overpass, and then saw the signs that said Disneyland Park was Full, but California Adventure was still available.
I would be prepared for capacity crowds at Disneyland everyday thru the 7th.