Not really. Disney is still the king or Orlando and always will be IMO. SeaWorld is passing Universal IMO for #2. By the end of the decade I think SeaWorld will be a resort honestly. In truth, I dont see everyone's fascination with trackless rides. I see people go oh Imagination should be trackless. Why isn't our Pooh trackless? Why can't Mermaid be trackless? Nobody in the industry really cares that much about it. Everybody can do it. Sally has it. There really isn't anything too amazing about it. It just an add on. :shrug: Disney and SeaWorld are outdoing Universal. Universal still has a long way to go in my book. I'm not jumping on the Potter hype train. It's a nice ride don't get me wrong. But they need more then that. Replacing Jaws with the original concept they had in mind instead of Potter 2 would have made me rethink the argument a bit for sure. Most of my life I've been following Universal. I was a huge fan from the 90's till about 2004. I can show my 95 program and vacation planning DVD from 2002. Then I saw IoA get nothing for years, the B&M's become the roughest B&M's I ever rode, and watched amazing concept after amazing concept fall by the wayside. They had me for a long time and then lost me. I'm not buying them yet.