I really can't think of any rules I would like changed on Disney. As a non-smoker, a smoke free ship certainly would be nice, however I think Disney's smoking policy is well balanced. The reality is, smoke free cruise ships have been tried and failed. And Disney's core audience, those age 18 to 40, are the fastest growing group of smokers in decades. Like tattoos, smoking is becoming fashionable again. The issue came up last year on my Alaskan cruise on HAL. Spoke to a nice Eastern European family who honored the smoking restrictions, but said, such restrictions would be unthinkable. And remember, cruise ships operate in an international community, and purposely flag their ships in nations other than the U.S. to get around U.S laws.