I would say the problems seen in T-Land are emblematic of what I see in the entire MK. Whether it's CoP, or Snow White or Haunted Mansion or Pirates or Splash Mountain, I can find attractions in every land that are not being maintained to save $$$ in the short-term.
I, personally, have never seen so much look as badly as it does now, with the caveat that some things have been improved like The Hub area and now the train station on Main Street.
If this were Anaheim, Al Lutz would be calling for execs like Holmes, Weiss, Wallace and Cockerell's heads on a platter, but in Orlando where WDW caters to a less discerning theme park visitor by and large (but NOT everyone) it passes unknown unless someone gets really ticked and a story suddenly appears in the O-Sentinel or even the NY Times.
You can't even compare the state of upkeep in the MK back in 1995 with today standards have dropped so much. But go back to 1975 or 1985 and you'd swear you were at a Bizarro-WDW.