I think Eisner's early days were great, and he became progressively worse. The expansion of WDW to a full fledged destination resort is really thanks to him. But I wonder if a lot of that "switch" had to do with the death of Frank Wells. I wonder if he was a tempering influence on Eisner, and was able to keep his ego in check. Iger best legacy is going to be his aquisitions, no doubt. Getting PIXAR/Lassiter into the fold was the wisest thing he did, with aquiring Marvel and maybe Lucasfilm #2 and #3. I'm am not sure who the right person to give credit to for the recent years of the parks. I think what they did in DCA was both brave and brilliant in admitting a mistake and successfully fixing it. And I think the FLE, which is really the first major item in Florida since EE looks to be a home run. So, to me, it looks like the US parks are on the right "track". Can this continue? IDK.