I agree that kids shouldn't be the final arbiter, but I also think as adults we sometime forget what appeals to young kids. My nephew's favorite ride in all of WDW on one visit was Goofy's Barnstormer (he was 5 at the time). He rode it over and over and had a blast. He was too young then to appreciate (or likely meet height requirements) for much of what is coming for SWL and what would likely be part of an Indy land. I am also certain my daughter will love TSL when we visit in 2019 (even though I will see it as something that could have been done much better). And, yes, TSL will certainly end up as something that could have been much better for kids of all ages and adults, but I'm ok with "cheap and chintzy" TSL as long as we get other areas that meet the standards that you (and many others) expect.I think kids will enjoy TSL, but that shouldn't be the final arbiter of what WDW builds. Kids enjoy a wide range of things, but in the end things that are higher quality stick with them - as a child I loved both WDW and my local amusement park, but as I aged only one of them stuck with me and earned my loyalty. Kids aren't as lacking in discernment as some folks around here (and this isn't directed at you) seem to feel.