Totally agree. Make the experience as good as you can make it, using as much technology as necessary to great that experience to the guests. Basically what I mean is that ride technology for the sake of ride technology is sometimes just a waste of money and doesn't always guarantee a good ride experience. I think about Luigi's flying tires, in which they tried to re-invent an old concept with new technology, and it just didn't work. A simple, classic dark ride or a trackless attraction like Ratatouille might not have cost much more, yet been an instant classic. Radiator Springs Racers didn't really advance the Test Track technology from the 1990s in any significant way, yet it's a great ride (and might have been even better if they had more room to make it longer) because the ride system fit the experience they were trying to convey, and they themed it well. And then sometimes you have an attraction like Splash Mountain that takes the simplest of log flume systems and makes the experience something special.These are fair points and I agree....I suppose the 'next level' aspect for me wouldn't be technological but rather financial, in that I would hope bigger sets mixed with AAs could be blended with the use of Spiderman tech.