Or it's because the one ride is supported with an immersive land you can walk around and enjoy without having to spend hundreds of dollars in upcharge experiences to feel like you truly got your value out of it.
A small group people were poised to dislike Star Wars land, sure. But people...
I don't sit on Splash Mountain, see the castle and go "oh no, my sightlines."
That's your opinion, I'll wait to see the finished product of not only Tron, but the entire Tomorrowland redo, instead of complaining years before it's built.
It's premature to say it's going to "screw up the skyline and feel of the Magic Kingdom" when it hasn't even been built yet.
Also not sure how one coaster is going to ruin the entire park for you, but I feel bad for you if it does.