It looks awesome, and if you've ever been to Downtown Disney lately, this is a big deal because traffic and parking are a total mess, especially on Friday and Saturday nights!
Also, I haven't been to Sea World in a long time, but I'll go just to check out Antarctica. It definitely looks innovative.
Greece? At Disneyland? Errr.....howabout no, Scott?
I know this part of my comment is just wishful thinking, but I would love for Disney to move both One Man's Dream and Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress to the Disney Springs area. For a reasonable up charge, folks could visit these classics in a more appropriate setting, and their footprints in the parks could be used for some innovative, new attractions. Plus the up charge could be used to maintain and improve the attractions on a regular basis. Just a thought.
I respond: You're wrong.
Count me in for one of the few looking forward to Avatar as well. The way the bar has been raised the last few years for whole themed lands being built, coupled with all of the next gen tech being incorporated into attractions on almost a daily basis, Avatar/Pandora could prove to be one of the most immersive, beautiful and fully realized lands ever to be built. Fingers crossed Disney knocks it out of the park, and gives AK a much needed raise in attendance and overall profile.