They opened New Orleans Square without the Haunted Mansion. They opened ToonTown without Roger Rabbit's Cartoon Spin. This is nothing new. Slow-walking the Snow White ride isn't the problem.
My opinion remains they shouldn't have lowballed the land in the first place. Disney is "Disney" because of what Bradbury once observed...they went the extra mile to delight you, with details they didn't have to add, but once created and observed, you knew you needed them all along. The "biggest expansion in Magic Kingdom history" has TWO new rides. People come to a theme park for the attractions. Stomping around in a circle carrying a cardboard cut-out of The Beast or a horse or whatever --- that's not an attraction. Of your whopping two new rides, one of which is a D ticket dark ride, the other hasn't opened yet, but even *then*...where is the use of all that land to sieze the imagination, imagineers? Team Orlando, you have to get into the Extra Mile game. You're taking the audience for granted. Universal beating you on your own turf is like DreamWorks winning the first Best Animated Feature Oscar. You take this lying down, guess who is going to be walking all over you.