Frankly, if I were overseeing DCA's (or whatever it's ultimately going to be named) resurrection, I would have the entire Paradise Pier area demolished and replaced with something better altogether. The concept is deeply, irreparably flawed to begin with, and the existing attractions are cheap enough to completely write off--no big loss. Perhaps part of this sizable area could then be devoted to the myriad ways in which California is connected to the ocean (Ariel would definitely belong), from leisure to commerce to science. And while this might sound crazy to some, perhaps Disney could acquire the remaining themed elements of Knott's Berry Farm (probably for cheap) before Cedar Fair decides to have them razed anyway. After all, they're a part of California's history--both on their own and as part of a fading theme park. Normally, I wouldn't pretend to know what "Walt would've done" but he was good friends with the Knott family, so I think at the very least his frozen head wouldn't object.