The past few installments of The Queue have all been well and good when it comes to presenting the things in life we love the most (classy silver-haired gentlemen and voluptuous women), but a crucial demographic has been left out: those who, like me, love the hell out of tiny ungulates.
Yes. If I were in the Conan movie, and I was Conan, and James Earl Jones asked me "Conan, what is best in life?," I would reply, "Micro-pigs." And he would nod solemnly and say "I never really thought about that. You're right, Conan." And I'd be all, "Thulsa Doom, I totally gave you a micro-pig-a-day calendar last Christmas that you haven't even opened. I bet if I went to your room right now, it'd be in your closet somewhere, somewhere where the date is still Jan. 1, because that's what day the micro-pig-a-day calendar says it is." And he'd be all, "Damn, Conan, chill." And I'd be all, "Thulsa Doom, I will not chill. Will not chill at all."
"So the real question I've been asking myself that I'll share is, "Do you think that the new zones will be as large and expansive as the LK Zones?" And a follow up question, "I wonder how much the old content will be updated to reflect the more interesting and numerous quests of the the LK and BC?""
From what we've seen, the answer is a resounding yes to the first question. As for the second, Blizzard has said that their goal with Cataclysm's old-world makeover was to bring the vanilla game up to date with what they've learned about questing and design with BC and Wrath, so you can expect the new and revamped quests to have, at the very least, a sprinkling of the new types of quests that the last two expansions gave us.
What will really matter is that the design philosophy is carried over, even if vehicle quests and bombing runs aren't.