I really dislike the fact that Buzz Lightyear is currently gracing Tomorrowland.
I would like to see Disneyland keep "Toy Story" from dominating the Realm as the franchise currently does by removing the "Toy Story" elements from the Star Trader and Club Buzz and by having Buzz refrain from walking through the area.
Eventually, I would also like to see Imagineering develop plans for a replacement to Astro Blasters, but, until the group does, a counterpart in Frontierland is necessary. The premise of "Toy Story" is based on the tension between the old and the new, and the clear way to present this tension at Disneyland is by taking the Shootin' Exposition and giving it to Woody as a way to counteract the Buzz-ification of Disneyland. The Exposition is such a minor attraction that if Woody is relegated to it, he would not overwhelm Frontierland. And, since the two attractions are both essentially just shooting galleries, the connection would be very clear to Guests. I also like that Woody could help to differentiate the Shootin' Exposition from similar attractions in other amusement parks around the country and throughout the rest of the world. And, the trading post next door might be an ideal place for Woody merchandise to be corralled.
The re-imagined attraction would have to be based on the fictitious television series, "Woody's Round-up", in the same way that Astro Blasters is currently based on Buzz's story-within-a-story.