I just stumbled across this TL the other day, HeX, and I have to say I'm hooked. Alternate Disney TLs are always fun and I'm always up for utopias (or at least those that lean a little more towards the "glass half full" interpretation anyway). Park stuff isn't really my thing, but you've made it engaging enough that I couldn't help following it along. I'm wondering if EuroDisney will have a long lasting impact ITTL or if it'll still be a flash in the pan, albeit under different circumstances (can't have Disney win all the time, of course). The attempted bombing is bound to lead to visitors getting jitters. I'm extremely curious about the fact that the '80s will apparently be a pop culture Cold War between Universal and Disney based on the hints we've gotten. The fact that Universal has their foot in the door with Atari in the video game market leads me to think that Paramount might not sell Sega ITTL to help compete against them, especially as they try to carve out a mark for themselves. A less harsh industry crash in '83 means that Mattel and Coleco might still be bumbling around the console market though I think the former is much more likely given their focus on toys, but the real 800 lb. gorilla in the room is going to be Nintendo when they decide to bring over the Famicom to American shores. It's hard to say if Atari would turn down potentially distributing it like they did OTL under Bushnell but an event where their sales dip but don't completely crater might mean they're not interested in doing so for other reasons. But if you're going with the notion that major American motion picture companies ITTL have game systems attached to them... well, I think Walt and Roy might be more than willing to lend Hiroshi Yamauchi a hand with that. I wonder if Eisner will still try to sue them over Donkey Kong? If not, it might butterfly away the declaration that King Kong is public domain, strangely enough. I did notice in the tags that Marvel is up there but they haven't been mentioned yet. So far, Disney's ownership of things is pretty convergent with what they have OTL (getting Star Wars and Indiana Jones right from the get go... potentially Pixar if it's not butterflied and maybe even the Muppets; I think Walt would get a kick out of Jim Henson's company at any rate) but it's worth noting that Universal Television aired The Incredible Hulk series on CBS with Lou Ferrigno as the lead not that long ago. A much more aggressive Disney might cause them to try and pull a Warner Bros. with DC... or maybe Disney ends up with the Man of Steel somehow down the line if misfortune befalls Warner? It'd certainly be pretty nuts to have the most recognizable cartoon character and superhero under the same roof.