I appreciated your letter, but it does highlight the different needs we all have. Disney was one of the few places we could ride rides when my son was little. He just could not handle the transition of rides with a definite start and stop. The first trip to Disney, I figured we'd go to the park, ride a ride, then be back at tge pool in an hour. But the first time we tried the moving walk way on the Peoplemover and got to ride off...magic. Even now, we start our trip at Magic Kingdom, the first ride is either Peoplemover or Mermaid. That soft transition just works for him. Now we can go rope drop to close, and even have season passes at a local park (though we don't really ride anything). So for our family, I like that there are a variety of ride types. I too really appreciate the staff at Toy Story Mania. We get to go to the accessible line and they are always so patient as I struggle to get my son off the ride.