I greatly respect the Imagineers (and TDA) for not cutting corners when it came to this modification, for the most part. I think that out of context, the Constance story is intellectually rather satisfying...but it doesn't fit the mood of the remainder of the attraction, as we discussed. The huge joke of the afterlife just being a big party is totally lost in the attic now--not that it was ever that strong in that scene, mind you. Furthermore, I find the Connie figure itself to be not as convincing as the other projection effects in the attraction. She's got a very flat face, and the projected arms do not do it for me. I've got depth perception, thank you, and I know when what I'm seeing isn't three-dimensional.Two years is long enough for the novelty to really wear off, and for opinions to settle into place. Two years on, what do you Thread-heads think about Connie? A hit? A miss? A mixed bag? Why?
Bottom line...I'm not crying over the new attic, since that scene really has never been my favorite. I've always felt like it was a forgettable interlude between the ballroom and the graveyard, with the exception of the ghostly pianist--I've always liked that effect, being a pianist myself. The musical synchronization with GGG is amazing.