I don't think Disney is realizing the core of the problem with it's animation division: bad writing. Treasure Planet was an entertaining movie in it's own right, but the awkward mismatch of genre's made the story damn near incomprehensible. Pixar is a winner because it's films have a magic and age defying charm, not to mention simplicity, that Disney seems to have lost (or at least misplaced). Pixar (from what I can tell) is a big party where everybody loves to go. This spirit is evident in Pixar's movies. Disney, on the other hand, feels like any other big corporation where money means more than creativity and quality, and it shows. And when Pixar dumps Disney (which they seem certian to do), the situation for the mouse will be even worse.