That being said, I think I was part of a game of office politics. There are a lot of power silos at The Walt Disney Company, and when you look at those power silos, a lot of them do not want Avatar, simply for the reason, that they were not consulted about this prior to the acquisition and announcement.
But when Tom Staggs gets up in front of Media for the new Fantasyland opening, and says it is on track, then we kind of have to assume, that it is on track.
I think that there still is a lot of political chess going on inside TDO, WDI, and Burbank regarding this project, and I think it will continue to be that way until the foundation is laid for this project.
It is because of that, that I have stepped out of weighing in on this project (other than whether or not it will attract crowds). Because the people I talk to and know, all seem to have their own agendas with this project.