The consensus around here is that what drags the Disney Empire down these days is ABC and the lackluster movie performance over the last few years. Other than firing Eisner (and I know some will insist this IS the answer - but beware, the successor may be Paul Pressler!), how does Disney realistically go about righting the ship? I am one that believes the current entertainment is lacking in the qualities most often associated with Disney of old: great stories, family appeal, an uplifting "feel" and so on. Sure, hiring Tom Cruise, Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts for all your movies is a nearly sure fire way to sell tickets. And all Michael Jackson, Super Bowl, and Academy Awards shows all the time will boost TV ratings. But we know that's not going to happen given the economic climate and leadership in place (although ABC seems to be all about gimmicks these days). How does Disney turn this around?