That's the point. This is just a cash-cow that is going to be milked till it's dry (a few years after the 50 year anniversary and SWL newness has worn off) and then it will be left to rot. That's not a good business plan. Much like the "not my problem" approach of 50+ year old manufacturing CEOs that pour outrageous amounts of pollution and toxic waste into the water, soil, and air. They are getting their money and won't be (or hope not to be) around for the disastrous results.
Again, you could be absolutely right. let me just say, we've been predicting the downfall of the mouseworld for a while and yet here we are. I look at it like the stock market, lol past performance is not a prediction of future performance.
I will say this, Disney is a very unique animal. One thing I applaud them for is that they have now literally marketed their product as pretty much a "need". lol parents now feel that a trip to the mouseworld is needed for a happy childhood. pretty much insures a renewable source of visitiors.
none of these offerings in anyway would diminish the experience of some one of more modest means. In fact as others have pointed out most have been offered for quite a while, they just haven't been widely advertised. I
I'm more concerned about the rise in ticket prices, I would think that would be a bigger concern of lower income visitors way more than the Chef's table at V&A.