My wife LOVES stitch, and it's sometimes with a sad thought that we discuss how Stitch seems to be cursed when it comes to attractions, shows, parades, etc. That being said, we had a small discussion about what kind of attraction (or show, or whatever) could be set up to give Stitch some much needed love and popularity in the park. After some brainstorming we were thinking of a new dark-ride that had elements of TSM and Buzz Light Year. The basic story would involve helping Lilo and Stitch locate as many of his brother and sister experiments as they can, so that they can help find them new homes. For those of you who actually don't know. Stitch is experiment 626, so there's at least over 600 other experiments that could be used in the attraction. LOL!! A car for 4 people each equipped with "tagging guns" would navigate through a tracked dark ride with perhaps a hawaiian town and part of the jungle as backdrops. Transparent video screens (much like larger transparent teleprompters used for giving speeches) would display randomized animations of various "experiments" which riders would try to tag using their "tagging guns". I wish I could describe this better but the ride would feature a mix of those screens hidden behind physical environments (kind of like what happens in the RnR intro show, but more evolved). Tagging certain environments could also trigger physical movements in those areas possibly showing more experiments. Of course, in order to help people guide their track guns, a colored laser, or target reticule would need to be displayed, so that people would know where they're aiming at. At the end of the ride, stitch would thank you for helping him and Lilo would display your "score" on a screen. We were thinking that somehow you could go to a website where you could get an animated list of all the experiments you managed to tag. I know i'm not selling this concept too well, but I wish i could show you all the images in my head of what such an attraction might look like. I do admit that perhaps the ending might need to be tweaked. This is just one idea. Any of you out there with a love for Stitch have any ideas for a "hot ticket" stitch attraction / show / etc that could get our furry friend off the bench and into the spotlight?