Loved the Podcast review of Disneyland and the comparisons to Disney World. My question is for the crew members who had never been on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride when it held court in WDW. Obviously, the demise of the Toad was met with protest and gnashing of teeth. And the creation of Pooh's Angel Dust Adventure did little to assuage the hurt caused by the loss of an original attraction. That said, I am curious to know from those who had never been on the ride before, now that you have, can you understand why it was shuttered and taken to the bone yard? Or did you love the ride and now appreciate just how painful it was to see it disappear? It is/was clearly a low tech "dark ride" with little of the flair that Disney tries to achieve today. But at the same time, it is/was a wild spin of sound and color that appealed to the youngest guests. Having grown up with the ride, I find it hard to be objective about it. But for those of you who have no emotional connection to the ride, I'd love to hear your opinions. So where do you come out on this? The ride was "meh" and I can see why they put it out to pasture. The ride was great and Disney really blew it when they removed it from WDW.