I had a thought earlier this evening... Disney talks "immersion" yet you can't touch a single ship (the MF:SR *ride* notwithstanding). They're all behind gates, faux walls or up high. Where's the connection? It's like walking around a Star Wars museum, not an immersive land.
I had the same thought when I spent the evening in Star Wars Land.
In their defense, you do have to take certain precautions and design decisions to deal with 50,000 people per day wandering through the land. That's totally understandable.
But it's so blatantly obvious that everything is behind fences and barriers and off limits in Star Wars Land. Then when you add in the fact that almost everything is static and unmoving, the end result is a land that feels oddly sterile and lifeless to walk through. It's like an elaborate department store window display, but completely frozen.