There were two things I noticed that were unique to the TDL Haunted Mansion that I haven't heard anyone else mention (aside from the gargoyles out front). First, in either the loading area or the Library (probably the library) there was a book that continuously turned it's pages. Second, in the Corridor of Doors, there was either a picture or a section of the wall where a face stretched out of it towards us (like in Nightmare on Elm Street). These things weren't even mentioned in Haunted Mansion: From the Magic Kingdom to the Movies. Can anyone clarify this?
Also, I was actually a bit unimpressed by TDL itself... most of the rides were clones of ones here in the states (I didn't ride Pooh's Hunny Hunt 'cause of the line), and a lot of these rides had half english dialogue and half japanese (in Star Tours, Rex spoke Japanese while the man he talked to in the tower spoke english). My guess is that this can get confusing for Japanese visitors, but who knows. On the other hand, Tokyo Disney Sea blew me away and I can't understand why it gets fewer visitors (we went from the extremely crowded TDL to the near-empty TDS). They need to build a Stormrider in Epcot or the Magic Kingdom, seriously.