Sadly another point is that even with a disclaimer there is enough people that would be outraged by the re-introduction that their opinions would be heard. It only takes a few to open a can of worms.
I just don't see why it would even be worth adding her in, to please a few fans who want to see it in it's entirety? I think the general population of people who will buy this film would care less if she were not included but would care a lot if she were.
This is why I personally think that (while I don't want to buy the Bluray version..) I think that most of the more...hardcore fans..would. So, I think that the truely unedited version should be available AS WELL AS the censored one, for those who have kids or those who are just flat-out easily offended could buy the dvd, with only the censored version, while the Blu Ray has BOTH. That way, too, Disney can actually market the Blu Ray version and maybe even use it to market it. I would also be fine with having BOTH versions, censored and uncensored, on the set, so the viewers have the option.
Honestly, I wouldn't even mind it being an extra. "The Pastoral Symphony that Once Was." It might include a non-skipable introduction from Leonard Maltin explaining about the different times, etc, and then it shows the ENTIRE Pastoral Symphony, unedited and restored. And when watching the movie itself, its edited. I would honestly be fine with even that.
MY "FAB FOUR": 1- FANTASIA, 2- THE LION KING, 3- BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, 4- THE JUNGLE BOOK