With everything coming to light in the recent months, I have been wondering... When they announced Avatar coming to the Parks, the general Disney community reply was a big fat "No!". Since the announcement, it has struggled to get ground on development (or what not) for different reasons, of which I know little about. Was part of the reason the general outcry against the Avatar implementation from Disney fans? Now looking at the FP+ system, and everything that comes with it (the 'classes' of guests that are inevitable), would such an outcry even damper the decision to finish the FP+ project within the next year? 99% of the posts I have read about FP+ are negative, and I hope Disney is getting a clue about it. (I for one am not a fan at all).
The only project I see any light in, or have more support than not, is the NextGen attraction features in the different lines of rides. I do feel they might go overboard eventually, but for now they are alright.