Wow, how amazing is it to see Walt interacting with Mary Blair. That is a creative force that comes along once only in a few generations. I too hope that they either bring back the tile murals (Tom Fitzgerald's specialty, ironically) or give her a window on Main Street...or even better do both. She had such a huge impact on Disney in the 1950's that it's difficult to say where Disney would be today without Mary Blair. I'm no fan of art, I get bored out of my skull if I hear the mere mention of it, but Mary Blair's stuff was GOOD. Her work appealed to everyone, not just the art experts, and was the epitome of the optimism and hope of tomorrow that Tomorrowland was supposed to represent.
With the return of the PeopleMover, people will be getting their first up-close and slow look at the murals again. The last thing they need is to see a bunch of flying Space Mountains at eye level for 30 seconds. It works fine when you're 15 feet below it or whizzing by it at 40 MPH, but it's just not going to cut it with PeopleMover 2. Where's Tom Fitzgerald when you need him. :/