It seems to me, and this may be way too obvious to everyone, that Disney is slowly making its rounds in upgrading its WDW parks. They've spent a lot of time and money on overhauling Fantasyland in MK, adding a new parade, expanding the hub, and enlarging the bus area. Now that that work is nearly wrapped up, they've moved on to Animal Kingdom, adding a completely new land, a new venue for Festival of the Lion King, an interesting, (albeit overpriced) evening event, and new nighttime offerings in current attractions, plus the new nighttime show.
Will they move on to Hollywood Studios or Epcot next? Both parks have big needs for some attention, and have been discussed on here thoroughly, and I don't want to beat a dead horse. But I'm excited to see how much they've done and are doing with two parks, and what that might mean for the other gates (not to mention upgrades to its accommodation properties and the transformation going on at DtD). The Star Wars rumors and theories on redoing the Imagination Pavilion could hold some neat possibilities.
Folks complain about the lack of new offerings at WDW and I agree that some things are taking a long time, but it's seems Tom and co. know what they're doing.
What do you think? Does this strategy make sense? Did the investment in NextGen do away with some of these possibilities? Do upcoming projects at Disneyland and overseas make these projects stretch their timelines? What would you like to see happen next?