For those of you who are long time Disney watchers what should we all take from the Avatar groundbreaking? Is this really going to happen and at the scale they've discussed? I know Disney is always working on ideas, and that some projects start and never finish. Even when construction started. Others go from "gigantic new land with three e-tickets and five restaurants" in concept to "land expansion with one mid-sized ride" at construction start to "themed bathroom and gift shop" by the end... So how "locked in" is Disney on this, as a large scale project? My uneducated guess is very locked in. With all the activity at US, it would look bad to stop after all the hoopla (though it would take 24 hours and a Star Wars plan to overcome that...) The bigger reason is that Disney seems to have a clear and compelling cost-benefit reward for turning AK into a full day park. From a Disney-lover repeat visitor guest perspective Star Wars at HS is probably much more attractive. But HS is already an all day visit and while it needs work and SW would be really cool, from a beam counting perspective I'd bet just about any property this side of the Teletubbies that keeps people at AK for 4-5 more hours is a clearer win than anything they do elsewhere. My conclusion? Pandora is coming, and in a fairly big way. Agree? Disagree? What do wiser heads say?