And I'm talking about the pace of the ride inside the show building being a bit too fast to fully 100% comprehend what's going on.
Especially in the LP section. Right after that little speed boosting drop, I try to take everything in, the lighting, the scenery, the music, the animation... but sometimes it's like there's just too much going by too fast. With the blacklights, AA's being close by anywhere and everywhere, the music, the singing, the spinning boat(s?), the overall atmosphere is trippy, but in a good-natured and harmless way.
HDYD is almost the same way but it's a little less jam packed with animation and effects.
ZDD probably has the best pace of any other part of the ride, which is slow enough to see everything, so it's all good.
When you look at the show building and compare sizes with the others nearby, it's smaller. I'm not sure why they couldn't have made the building a little larger, but it was a very expensive project back in the day.
At the end of the day though, it all comes down to math and how many people need to go through the ride at a time.