As I mentioned in another thread, many guests have no idea where the yeti is, even after they ride. While I understand the concept of the "narrow escape," if the Yeti was in a position to be seen for several seconds, instead of whizzed by, Disney would have had to do something to make him look reasonably good by now. As it stands, they can leave the Yeti on the dance floor and 90% of guests won't know anything is amiss!
Well said, and exactly my point. It's rare for Disney to make such a large investment and not want to "show it off" a bit more. :shrug: I mean, we get more time with the talking trash cans! :brick: