MarkD wrote:I can see why Universal would want to stop it but at the same time if that complex is taking your business then you might want to look at what you're doing wrong.
That was my thought as well. My family finds Citywalk boring and not at all targeted to families. It is more of an inconvenience to walk through the 'funnel' of traffic flow on our way back to the parking garage. It makes more sense to me for them to reevaluate Citywalk and broaden its appeal. We are much more interested in going back to Orlando to check out SkyPlex than anything else.
I hope Skyplex comes out on top. While what Universal is doing might be legal, it appears that it is not the most 'business ethical' approach. If Universal wins, I liken it to Microsoft strong arming competition in the 90s, essentially leaving us with Windows or nothing for many years. The lack of competition wasn't good for the end user. I would much rather have a vibrant competitive market in Orlando so we have a better chance of getting more quality attractions in the area.