The celebration's E ticket appears to be the nightly fireworks-and-music spectacular, "Remember -- Dreams Come True." At 17 minutes, it's nearly twice as long as the park's average pyrotechnic display.
"The fireworks show is a home run. It's really something else," said Al Lutz, a longtime Walt Disney Co. observer and operator of the Miceage.com Web site. "There are some great special effects they haven't done before. They really tricked up the sound. It's the first time I've ever seen a fireworks show with surround sound. Things come from behind you, in front of you and to the sides. It's really neat."
Another highlight of the display is the return of a Tinker Bell character, who uses an elaborate rigging system to swoop and dip her way along a whole new flight pattern -- one featuring a lot more movement than the traditional straight-line glide down from the Matterhorn.
"Even though you can see the runners and everything, it's real interesting how she swings around the castle and up and down and everything," Lutz said.