Sorry, but with a "FastPass" line, a "FastPass" ticket area, a "StandBy" line, and with some hoping to add a "Single Riders" line, I see the entrances to the queues becoming even more congested and confusing.
Admittedly, with no Clear Idea how to solve the problem (a - get rid of FastPass all together?, or b- have some sort of ticketing system similar to the old Ticket Books, but with schedules for rides and 'events': "first seating for Fantasmic!", "Your Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage Ride Time is 9 - 10am" ?), I do think that the Resort needs to focus attention on:
(A) Capping Attendance at a number that can reasonably be able to 'enjoy' the Parks (and 60,000+ people are not enjoying the Park on a hot Summer day...)
(B) increasing ridership on attractions; this includes the creation of more "people eating" first rate attractions (like the old WedWay People Mover and POTC), replacing rides and attractions that have been closed or removed, and making sure that new attractions have hourly ride capabilities that might reasonably handle a daily crowd (from what we're hearing, the New Improved Subs won't be able to handle 1/5 of a Summer Day's population in a regular operating day - per ecdlanddude's excellent idea, Subs, Splash, and Space Mountain should probably be FastPass ONLY Attractions), and (C) the re-thinking / re-tooling / elimination of the APs.
Before I'm crucified by the Don'tTakeAwayMYAnnualPassport Lynch Mob; let me explain: a $99 (or even a $199, or a $299) Annual Passport that someone is using 10 - 50 times a year (conservatively...) does not adequately compensate the Resort for the expense of that AP holder's use of the Resort; when a $65 Admission is reduced to a couple of dollars per visit by using an AP, the Parks are required to make all operating revenue on Food & Merchandising, leaving less money for Attraction Imagineering, creation, and maintenance. Since the inception of the APs, new Attractions have almost ceased to be created, and we have all read about the severe cutbacks in the maintenance programs of our beloved attractions (or posted photos on these threads showing the deplorable conditions that some attractions / restaurants / areas have fallen into - just this side of "neglect"). If Season Tickets to the "Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim" can be priced at $1,000+, it stands to reason that an Annual Passport's value is far underpriced.
OK; let the Lynching begin...