The thread title pretty much says it all, ha. Since my trip to Disneyland, I've been more interested in learning about Disney history, including the Man Behind the Mouse. I've just about finished Bob Thomas's biography. I'm wondering if, at some point, I should read Neal Gabler's bio. I've seen a lot of mixed opinions on it--some say it's balanced, other say it's not; some say Thomas toes the company line too much, others say Gabler kind of destroys Walt's character. As with all biographies of all human figures, the "truth" of a life probably lies somewhere in between two extremes (IF these bios actually represent extremes). But if anyone here has read both, please share your thoughts!