Another question... I've been curious about the various incarnations of the "Carousel of Progress", and I wanted to ask a few questions about the NY World's Fair and Disneyland versions. Ok, first, the world's fair version. As you walk into the GE pavillion you heard the "Progressland Spectacular" track, right (and also on exiting)? Then, you made your way to the "Carousel of Progress", which was slightly different in narration than it's later Disneyland counterpart. After the final act, visitors went accross the stage and up a ramp into the hall of mirrors (which had another name, but I forget). This was where they heard the "Mirror Maze" tracks, right? After reaching the end of the ramp, this is where the "Skydome Spectacular" was shown. After that, visitors walked down a spiral ramp to the "Speedramp March" right? At the bottom of this ramp was the atom-splitting demonstration. After which, they were dumped out into the common area where you could view the "Toucan and Parrot Show", or visit "Medallion City" where the "Music to Buy Toasters By" played. Did I get all of this correct? I'm asking because I just want to get the continuity down. Now, as for the Disneyland version. Once it moved accross the country it lost all of the other parts of the pavillion. So, did it lose "Progressland Spectacular" as it's entrance/exit song too? Did anything play outside the theater? Once inside, the narration changed a bit, but for the most part the show was very similar. Once the final act was over though, was this where they replaced the "Mirror Maze" tracks with the "Speedramp March"? And, instead of going up the ramp to see the "Skydome Spectacular", guests saw the "Progress City" model instead? Was that a Disneyland addition only? Was there anything to see after you saw "Progress City", or did you just exit the building? Sorry for the long winded questions, but I've been wanting to know this stuff for a while, but finally decided to ask. Thanks for any help, Ben C.