I am aware more props were used in The Force Awakens than usual but that is the extant of my knowledge. Since Disney owns Star Wars I feel like the idea of creating a "Star Wars World" at one of their theme parks beyond the scope of Star Tours at Disneyland. ( Still a great ride though. ) I'll get to the point. Instead of building scale models of the Millennium Falcon, X Wings, Tie Fighters, AT-AT Walkers, and others, why not build real versions of these ships that are functional on a basic level? (They won't fly. Star Wars is not real, its pretend.) The idea would be to use them as part of a "Star Wars World" that Disney would create after the final movie has been released. Disney is a wealthy company. Bits and pieces of all these ships have been built on some level already. Why not go all the way? On reason is money. Disney has money. Another reason could be no one is interested? Safety could be a legitimate concern but Disney has some experience with making rides safe. Is this a reasonable proposition? No. Was Stars Wars a reasonable proposition back in 1977? On separate note, when the Force Awakens was released in theaters there seemed to be some inconstancies in some peoples viewing experience. The main problem was the sound. The score was really low in the mix, Foley FX seemed to be forgotten, and just generally weird stuff. I downloaded the HD version from iTunes and all those problems are gone. The score is much louder, just like the original 3 movies, which make themes easier to associate with their intended characters. I'm sure the BluRay version is even better.