So I live about 20 minutes from Disneyland, and have gone there all of my life, and in December of '09, my family and I took a trip to Walt Disney World, and being a huge Disneyland fan, I was very excited to be there, and we all had a great time (especially at EPCOT).
But, anyways, my sub-question is, is it easier for someone who doesn't go on even a monthly basis to WDW to have a good time? Because I assume most of the complaints about the place are from regulars.
Like, for instance, from an outsider's perspective, I found Spaceship Earth to be a fantastic attraction, and I bought the WDW soundtrack mainly for the music from that ride (which I listen to quite often). But a lot of people seem to dislike the ride in it's current state. Or is much of the hate towards new-ish attractions fueled by nostalgia for the previous attractions or incarnations of the same attraction?
So I guess my question is "Is much of the criticism towards many of the attractions based out of nostalgia for the past"?
**I can definitely understand criticism towards Journey into Imagination, which, imo, was pretty horrible!