Your concerns about potential fading are warranted.. The human built plants/vegetation/vines/moss/fallen tree logs and rockwork absolutely astonish due to the extremely highly and varied details. There is so much new plant life and species to discover. Pandora teems with 'life' and rich color on an unprecedented scale. This all translates to logistical maintenance nightmare due to an unrelenting Florida sun. Expect terrible fading. The amount of colors and tones used throughout Pandora is too hard to describe. One needs to see in person to appreciate. Another concern I have are humans(guests). I already saw one plastic water bottle and a candy wrapper in the Flight of Passage queue. I don't mean they were laying in the walkway but dropped in the show scenes/sets of the bioluminescent forest portion. But mosty I fear breakage and defacing throughout Pandora. If one wants to experience Pandora's full glory he best tour in the first 6 months. This is not Tokyo where guests know how to treat things..... unfortunately.