Do you sometimes wish that you could just ride through Storybookland without that incessant chatter of the live guides? To me, the beauty and charm of the scenery would seem to be better enjoyed with either some background music and/or a pre-recorded, less "hyper" narration that would complement the more lycial quality of the experience. In other words, I think the quiet wonder and fascination of this miniature world (and isn't that the thrust of this whole attraction?) is compromised by guides who just rattle off their spiel more like a perfunctory "preparation for take off" ("please keep your seatbacks and traytables in their fully upright and locked position...") lines. Sometimes I just wish they'd shut up!