I know it will never happen, but I wish Tomorrowland including Space Mountain were largely moved into Future World at Epcot and the entire Tomorrowland area at the Magic Kingdom re-populated with rides from TDS like Journey to the Center of the Earth, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, StormRider, Fortress Explorations, and Aquatopia.
If money was no objective I could quite happily plan the next 10 annual family holidays around countries and their themeparks. I wonder if its worth posting as a next major blog a debate for which route is better, classic timeless themes or a theme based on a franchise. If I may open the floor with my suggestions and agree with a previous comment, I think tomorrow land in Disney world should be moved to epcot where it can show case technology etc, instead this land (tommorrow land after a rename) should have a more classic steam punk Jules verne feel to it very much like this amazing Journey to the centre of the earth and space moutain in Paris which benefits from have a classic few retrospective view of the future. This way rides wont look dated or old as technology changes. The same can be said for USF and IOA as Although HP is somewhat unique its theming is amazing and without doubt stand the test of time well ( and ive never read or seen a HP movie ), but my point being Spider man and Transformers are just rides inside what can be described as a warehouse. They feel a bit wham bam thank you mam, get in ride and get out..... I imagine for themepark management it must be hard to decide where to invest those millions especially no knowing if a ride will stand the test of time. It looks like DTS is a blue print for the future that you dont need a franchise to make amazing rides....look at TOT in DS the emersion in the ride is like no other and shows what talent can do when released from the shackles of franchises.
It'll never happen.