Oh yes definitely. Though I like the POTC films and Captain Jack I don't really like the idea of putting him in the existing rides, as stylistically he doesn't fit in with the classic ride. I mean, I understand why it might make the rides more attractive to a younger audience who knows the films, and I wouldn't hate it or anything, but it seems unnecessary. Updating Star Tours makes more sense as Disney are going to be spending big bucks over the next 5-7 years promoting their new Start Wars films, shows and games anyway, whereas the new POTC film is delayed until at least 2017.
I often see people moaning that Star Tours in its current version feels old fashioned. Maybe I'm old but I just don't see it - its in good condition, the projectors etc are all still good, and I think the film itself looks great, specifically because of the "real life" models and not using cheap CGI which dates quickly. I was watching Episode III the other day on TV and its amazing how "fake" and old fashioned a lot of the set pieces look just a few years later. That doesn't tend to happen with models and puppets, which I think is the current thinking for JJ Abrahms. (not that I'm saying the new Star Tours looks bad, just that the old one doesn't look bad either!) One of the things I am interested in with the new Star Tours is the different branching paths, so its actually slightly different every time you ride it. That's cool, as I know our family will ride it a lot. Last time we were in DLP we did Star Tours at least 5 times during our stay as we all really like it.)