Well, I am going this summer and I am a Premiere Passholder, so I may be a tad biased!! ;)
Cars Land looks extremely well themed and the attention to detail from the pics I have seen are incredible, I would love to check it out one day.
I'm mixed on the idea of admitting passholders to Magic Mornings at DCA. What's the benefit for Disney? I think it should be pointed out that if this policy is just for the summer months then it will really only benefit Premier, Premium and Deluxe passholders since the Southern California passes are blocked out for the majority of the summer.
Personally, I think it's time for Disney to create more differentiation between the different passes. Universal Orlando rewards their Premier passholders and Disneyland Resort does not. I would like to see them start by eliminating the park hopping privilege on the Southern California passes. If Disney California Adventure is now worthy of being a second gate, then don't give away the gate and starting with the lowest passholders would make a statement to either upgrade or learn to enjoy one park per visit.
I also think the anticipated crowds are a bit overstated. Don't take that the wrong way, there will be a lot of interest and I expect record attendance for DCA, but I think the two parks will handle the increased interest without showing it.
That's not proof. Its laziness to not verify if your claim is true. You can certainly go back to 11/26/2011 at the front page of Miceage. If you go to the Forum, you can go back much further.
But rumor sites should be taken for what it is. Rumors are not guaranteed. How the heck is 50/50 a poor showing?
I also think getting into - and onto - Cars Land and its attractions will not be - well, a walk in the park, especially if you want to ride more than Rad Springs Racers. These are both reported to be low capacity rides and this bothers me as I'm not a passholder at present and I fondly remember the Flying Saucers. *sigh*
One of these days...
I would also observe that after reading Lutz for 15 years, he gets it right more than 50%. It is important to understand the nature of a rumour site. It is, perhaps, more important to bear in mind that things are very fluid in the development stage, so even if he reports on something that doesn't happen, that doesn't mean it wasn't discussed and considered. If he'd reported in the 60s that Disney was going to have a walk through haunted house with an attached Museum of the Weird, that would have been true. That WAS the plan at one time. But, plans change.