You act like that's a bad thing. The majority of people are not wrapped up in cynical and irrational hatred of things beyond their control. We just returned from a two week trip, our first since before covid, and had an absolute ball. Yea there are things we don't like happening with the parks and but it's frankly childish to say "oh em gee, we're never going back because Disney didn't do [insert complaint] or is taking away [insert complaint]." Even with the looming paid FastPass options, that in itself will likely not sway our decision to not visit Disney World; we'll find something else to enjoy at the resort. For our family there will never be a tipping point.
That's essentially the opposite of being childish, at least if they actually mean it and follow through. Choosing to stop spending money on something on something you no longer enjoy is an adult decision.
As for the actual topic -- I don't think WDW offers nearly the same experience that it offered 25 years ago in multiple ways, but I still enjoy going. There's really no comparable parks in the US outside of Disneyland. Universal is the closest, but they skew more heavily towards thrill rides that bore me (and generally don't care as much about theming with some notable exceptions); it's not quite the same thing. Unfortunately, at least in my opinion, Disney has been trending more towards Universal and less like original WDW in several ways, which is one of the reasons I don't like it as much as I once did.
With that said, I live in Atlanta and could easily go several times a year if I so desired. However, I don't go nearly that often because there are too many other things I enjoy and/or want to see. I've been twice in the past decade. If I no longer enjoyed it at all, though, I wouldn't go back. It has not reached that point for me, at least not yet.