What Will DreamWorks Do With Its Classic Media Characters?

For $155 million dollars in cash, DreamWorks Animation has acquired the complete Classic Media library, a diverse compilation of some well-known television properties that could be the basis for many possible franchise movies to come.  DreamWorks also announced that it will be building a new theme park in New Jersey's Meadowlands as well as an ambitious entertainment, shopping, and dining district in Shanghai, China.

How will DreamWorks use its new characters, many of which are already household names and the rest of which are ripe for rebooting? DreamWorks already has had hits with Shrek and Madagascar, but now they have a cornucopia of possible new hits. Take a look at this list of Classic Media titles that DreamWorks now owns:

Baby Huey
Basil Brush
Boris and Natasha
Casper the Friendly Ghost
Dick Tracy
Doctor Solar: Man of the Atom
Dudley Do-Right
Ethelbert the Tiger
Fabulous Funnies
Fat Albert
Felix the Cat
Finley the Fire Engine
Fractured Fairy Tales
Frosty the Snowman
George of the Jungle
Gerald McBoing Boing
Groovie Goolies
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
Hot Stuff
Lamb Chop
Little Drummer Boy
Little Golden Books
Little Lulu
The Lone Ranger
Magnus Robot Fighter
Mister Magoo
Mr. Peabody and Sherman
Pat the Bunny
Peter Cottontail
Postman Pat
Richie Rich
Rocky and Bullwinkle
Roger Ramjet
The Roy Rogers Show
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Rupert Bear
Sabrina the Teenage Witch
Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town
The Secrets of Isis
Sergeant Preston of the Yukon
Tinga Tinga Tales
Transformers Animated
Wendy the Good Little Witch
Where's Waldo?

The question now is, where does DreamWorks start first?