So executives' decisions to spend billions on MDE, DVCs and misplaced attractions that don't expand park capacity (and in some cases actively decrease it), disregard park and land theming, while also refusing to do basic upkeep of older attractions and effects that haven't worked in years, it's all Imagineers faults?You’re taking one point of the process and ignoring the larger context. Walt Disney Imagineering is very much to blame because they cannot get projects done for a reasonable amount of money. Project Sausalito doesn’t disprove that. It’s very much part of a larger pattern of withholding investment as long as possible and then focusing on large marquee projects. Small projects like more frequently updating a simple ride don’t make sense because the Imagineers are unable to do so for a reasonable amount of money.
That's funny, because these same Imagineers work on the Tokyo parks, and their parks don't have any of these problems.