[QUOTE=Soundgod;1033559]Tigger, I don’t care that WDW isn’t built to be a one day experience. Not in this context.
Each of the parks needs more thrill rides because both children and adults are looking for more thrilling rides than they used to. Why else would so many 7 year olds line up again and again for ToT? Along that line, each park needs to eventually have at least 4 roller coasters, because generally, coasters are the top of the food chain (along with rides like MIB and Spiderman) and that is what is expected. That is the biggest reason that the last three new rides in Epcot were TT, Soarin’, and MS. That’s why Everest was added to AK, and that’s why 10 years after it opened, the Studios got their coaster and recently got the Toy Story shooter. That’s why, with the exception of Peter Pan, the longest waits are always for the signature thrill rides in all of the parks.
Studios, Epcot, and AK all need more rides, none of those parks is exactly overbuilt.
Not when you consider that Disneyland and DCA combined supposedly have as many or more attractions as the 4 Florida parks combined.
Keep in mind, there are plenty of us who go to Disney because there aren’t as many coasters! I hate coasters/thrill rides/etc and would much rather spend my money and time at Disney where I can do more than at Universal etc where I’ll be sitting out most of the time.
On the Night Kingdom topic, I agree, focus on developing the existing parks more. I’m still waiting for the dragon on the AK sign to be relevant again… :closedeye