Please don't take this thread as another bash of DCA. We've pretty much done that to death. However, something's niggling at me. Disneyland is comprised of themed lands, each containing rides and attractions that match the theme.
The new personality of the Paradise Pier area of DCA is planned to invoke a Victorian air, yet the ride under construction is all about Toy Story. Not quite a match in my mind. Now, I'm not sure an attraction all about high-wheeler bicycles, handlebar mustaches and horseless carriages would work all that well either. Besides, we already kind of have that in Main Street USA.
So, are we all good with this notion that a DCA "land" can look like one thing on the outside, but contain wildly different stuff on the inside? I'm wondering how well I could adapt to something like a Buzz Lightyear ride with an entrance through the Golden Horseshoe.
Or is DCA just it's own animal with different rules? After all, Disneyland is unique and nothing says DCA has to mimic it. If fact, maybe it's best if DCA has it's own different and unique style.