Most of Disneyland Park is themed on Disney properties. With a few exceptions. The largest being Star Tours (Star Wars) and Temple of the Forbidden Eye (Indiana Jones).
Here's a radical idea. If you hate having these thematic 'anachronisms' in the park why not move them to DCA?
Indy would be relatively simple, the show building can stay put, while a new queue is constructed under the picnic area and the esplanade. The distance is only a little farther than it is to the head of the current queue - less need for switchbacks.
The thing would be integrating it with the area that currently has an air adventure theme. Would it tie in with the new place making?
Star Tours would need to be rehoused in a new show building somewhere in DCA, giving an opportunity for a reimagineering of the ride. I'd say it's a good fit for the backlot area. Possibly in the Who Wants to be a Millionaire building?
Personally I think this unnecessary as I'm of a generation who sees these rides as part of Disneyland. But a few people have stated their detest at having the non-Disney properties in the park. I can see their point with Tomorrowland being a bad fit for "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...." However, Indy fits into Adventureland much better (I love Indy!).
What are your opinions?