Granted, CF's off-the-shelf generic coasters are larger and more advanced than those of county fairs and traveling carnivals. Their qualty is pretty much identical to that of Six Flags, Paramount, and a few foreign amusement park companies. In fact, to visit one park is to visit them all because they each target the same built in audience - one that desires thrills, and couldn't give a rip about originality or theme (beyond the name of a particular ride).
Speaking of monikers, Cedars Fair owns parks such as Worlds of Fun and Knott's Berry far. If CF were to be bought out by the Walt Disney Company, just think about how awkward and clunky the new names - Disney's Worlds of Fun - Disney's Berry Farm, or, even worse, Disney's Knott's Berry Farm.