I agree, totally, that the "dark rides", especially, are ruining Disneyland and seriously altering its character. Winnie the Pooh has the double whammy of being both a cheap dark ride and an attraction totally wrong for its location. Again, what Winnie the Pooh is doing in Frontierland is a mystery to me.
I do not even like dark rides in Fantasyland for the most part. Snow White's Scary Adventures and Pinocchio's Daring Journey do not do justice to the films and are simply not believable enough.
Accepting Buzz's occupation of Tomorrowland may be a necessary evil at the moment. His presence there is definitely forced, but the only way to make the concept work is if guests realize that Buzz and Woody at Disneyland are not toys, but are an actual space ranger and cowboy, instead. The problem is that we can't have one without the other. The thing that makes either character interesting is that he is part of a dyad with a tension between the old and the new. In some ways, this tension already exists at Disneyland in the form of Frontierland and Tomorrowland, themselves.