Unless we count the attractions for Tokyo DisneySea, which did not have direct tie-ins to existing brands, Disney or otherwise.
I've forgotten nothing - I'm perfectly aware that this is the new model that they desire. I was merely stating what was lost by moving to that model. I didn't claim that Iger cared about it.What you seem to forget is that the leadership at Disney no longer gives a crap about Imagineers "sneaking around in the model shop in between projects" looking for ways to create original attractions for the parks. Virtually everything is now tied to an existing property or brand, or borrowed from an existing attraction. That's what Iger wants for the parks. That is his vision. He no longer desires Imagineers who tinker in between projects. He doesn't want Imagineers "wasting time" in between projects. That's lost capital for labor expenditures he'd rather not pay.