I would say SWSA needs a dark ride Sea Rescue as the only other real dark ride in the state is Justice Leuage but a coaster is another solid choice. Good luck SeaWorld, hopefully you guys learned from Antarctica.
SWSD could use a good foot in the dark ride industry, considering their competition. I'm sure this is what Connor meant, but they better not market the dark ride as a thrill ride if they are not ready to deliver a fulfilling experience.
They basically have the same competition in San Diego as in Florida. San Antonio already has two roller coasters, but they receive mixed reviews. San Diego has one coaster, however, that one receives nothing but praise from most people. I hope this doesn't mean that they will forget about their other parks.
I believe today's webcast was more for a gameplan of the deeply struggling parks, or the parks who have majorly decreased numbers as of late. And that has really been the Seaworld parks. BGW wasn't mentioned at all from what I saw, and BGT was just mentioned in reference to possible resorts for the year-round "destination" parks. Although, I think some capital will be diverted to the Seaworld-branded parks, but the rest of the parks won't be ignored or forgotten about.