I think many of the views of D.C.A. would be enhanced by reversing the direction of the monorail service. I would also like to see Disney experiment with on/off glass inside the cabins, so that backstage areas and parts of Harbor Boulevard could be obscured with liquid crystals.
In my conception, the trains would leave the current westernmost station and cross Disneyland Drive to enter the Grand Californian. The trains would emerge from the hotel to views of Grizzly Peak and the geyser field; Paradise Pier in the distance; and Soarin' over California on the left.
The trains would, then, cross into the Hollywood section as the narrator began speaking about Walt Disney's migration to California in 1923. Both the Hyperion Theatre and The Twilight Zone would look dramatic from these angles. Anaheim, California could, then, be introduced as the Host City for the gateway to The Magic Kingdom as the trains reach Harbor Boulevard.
Entering Disneyland, the trains would traverse the edge of Tomorrowland where it meets the Submarine Lagoon. Guests would, then, be presented with views of Central Plaza and the side of Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Afterwards, the trains would follow along the outskirts of Fantasyland and see more dramatic views of the Fantasyland Theatre, Mickey's Toontown, and "it's a small world". Leaving Fantasyland, the monorail trains would pass by the Disneyland Railroad along the berm of Disneyland and travel over the Autopia and the Submarine Voyage before rising to the guideway's highest point and exiting Tomorrowland.
The trains would emerge to skirt the northern side of the East Esplanade and make their way to the main entrances of both Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure.
Upon leaving the station in the central piazza of the Outer Lobby, the monorails would pass alongside Downtown Disney, which would be glittering at night, and cross Disneyland Drive to arrive at the station with the patina-covered, giant copper leaves.