While we could pretty much make out the overall outline of the sign before, getting to see it unobstructed against the neon-studded pillars is nice. We didn’t notice that the sign itself had any kind of backlight, so we might lose sight of it once the sun goes down. Hopefully they embed some kind of lighting for it.
The side sign was also fully unveiled, with the top “Disney” cap revealed and the silver accents around it. This one will probably light up, too. These signs will beckon guests to take the Disney Skyliner to Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, where guests can transfer to Disney’s Riviera Resort and on to Epcot, or to Disney’s Art of Animation Resort and Disney’s Pop Century Resort.