I've read a multitude of threads and all of them seemed to stop short of asking this very question. Some people support the "Pixarfication" of the Disneyland Resort, others are completely appalled by it. My "shock" is that the majority of Pixar rides including those planned, while clever, don't fit any sort of theme. The only one that "fits" is Buzz, but it's a futuristic cartoon in Tomorrowland so you can't really screw that up. The "Woody's roundup" show was amazingly bad. It was meant to be a 1950's kid's western... so they put it in 1860's Frontierland where everyone owned a Tv! Yeah that was a perfect theme! Nemo, while loved, seems to be more an attraction of convenience then a well imagined, conceived and themed attraction. It's been talked about in depth on other threads. Turtle talk fits only in the sense that you are talking to an animation... but that could have been done with Mickey or a variety of other characters. The whole "under sea in Hollywood" makes 0 sense. Then there's Monsters.... because rolling around in a car through Monstropolis just screams Hollywood. I hear ToyStory Mania will fit perfect... they plan on having Woody hold a couple churros! So is Disney turning a blind eye, and allowing anything Pixar in an attempt to stay "fresh" and popular... or is theming an ideal of the past?