Yeah. Disney's America was a terrible idea. (I live in Northern Virginia). From what I heard at the time, not only did that idea cheese off the locals interested in history, more to the point Disney's usual arrogance came up against the equal, if not bigger, arrogance of the lawmakers and politicians that live here - and when that happened, there was NO chance of Disney ever winning. Rather, they should have done is build another Magic Kingdom. Note - before I go on, I agree with all the above, Disney isn't going to do this, they don't see crowding as a problem. BUT - as an interesting "what if" philosophical exercise, this is what they could do - Pick somewhere like Texas. Plop down another Magic Kingdom. Maybe a lake, start off with 2 hotels right next to the entrance. But take the best ideas of past successes. If Star Wars Land proves to be widely successful, make that one of the new lands right off the bat. Avatar Land seems to be a success, put that in, too. People like the Epcot food and wine, so create a Disney Springs-like shopping area right outside the park and call it "Festival of Nations!". Stores, some sit down restaurants, but primarily a lot of the world cuisine booths scattered around. And make this open year round. I sure would have liked that up here in VA, but if Disney builds that somewhere else, I would go.