1) Town Square
2) The Hub (both inside and outside, including Carnation Gardens and the pathway to the Matterhorn)
3) South and west of Thunder Mountain (need vegetation more consistent with desert theme).
4) Take enough off the top of the TSI trees at the south end of the island so people can see the treehouse.
Leave the rest.
Trimming the hub trees makes sense, enough shade to cover the benches, but not so much that it imposes on the firework viewing.
Did Disney in the 50's cut them to be like that or were they just young trees? That would be the true question to whether they should cut them or not.
What was left was an awkwardly looking empty hub and the castle is directly in front of concrete, no beautiful lush greenery to make the castle setting more realistic and no visual separation between Main Street and Cinderella Castle.
The entire look is completely ruined and now Magic Kingdom's Main Street view has been essentially ruined... I really pray that one day Disney wises up and replants at least some of those trees.
The trees over at Disneyland might look large and may be messing up some of the forced perspective... But if what happened over at Magic Kingdom is any indication... Having no trees in sight would just make the view much, much more worse.
OK.....wow here's something to think about??? Why does Busch Gardens Williamsburg consistantly get rated so well?? Maybe because the trees add to the ambiance of the park??? Why not the same with Disney?? Disney still trims the trees, but not in a way that I believe this post is meant to imply!!!!! Take a queue from BGW.... this is what really matters!