I wouldn’t disagree that there’s too much thrill on one side, but the other side has lacklustre attractions in general. Figment as is just isn’t very good, and it has the potential to be amazing. The theatre is playing cartoons you can get on YouTube and Disney +. The Nemo ride isn’t that amazing as far as dark rides go. Soarin and LWTL are fine, but aren’t enough to carry one side of the park.I honestly think the east overindexes on thrill at this point. Cosmic Rewind, Mission: SPACE, and, to an extent, Test Track are not especially kid-friendly. PLAY! is probably an attempt to balance this somewhat, but I wouldn't like to see the same philosophy overtake other sections of the park. Honestly, aside from Imagination, I find most of World Nature to be completely fine. The interiors of The Land and The Seas could definitely do with a modern refresh (carpeted walls—really?), but the attractions are either good (The Land) or good enough (The Seas), I feel. I kind of like the triangle of thrill, theater, and traditional dark ride, though World Showcase could undoubtedly do with much more and Imagination is far beyond the point of just needing a facelift.