That's a good way to put it. Voodoo has become a great mixture of things. I recently read a pretty good synopsis of modern voodoo in a travel guide to New Orleans. The author seemed a bit ambivalent about whether or not modern tourists are doing a disservice by trivializing voodoo, or whether any notoriety is good notoriety. When I've visited New Orleans, it was clear that certain parts of town have the touristy, kitsch stuff. When I traveled off the beaten path a bit, though, it seemed much more genuine. Of course, I'm sure voodoo in Haiti and other areas has a totally different feel. I have more experience with Santeria in Mexico, which also has some really interesting connections with modern cartels, etc.