Where's The Evidence For Evolution?

Several years ago evolutionists themselves unwittingly made it very clear that there's little evidence in the fossil record to support evolution. When the fossil "Ida," supposedly a link between two species, was revealed in 2009, spawning a book and a TV documentary, it was supposed to "revolutionize the understanding of human evolution," according to a New York Times article.

Why such euphoria over one fossil when evolution had already, allegedly, been "proven" thousands of times by the fossil record? Are there books or documentaries about the ten thousandth time Mars or Alpha Centauri was "discovered?"

The ceremonious atmosphere around Ida was an unwitting declaration that no prior findings conclusively proved evolution. And, in the end, Ida was determined by scientists to be a completely different species and not a link between the two species they had thought.

Furthermore, the fossil record seems to actually prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Darwinian evolution never happened. What's missing in the fossil record is the chaos that random events inevitably produce, even if they can produce some benefit. Where are all the cows with six legs, birds with one wing, crocodiles with no teeth, etc., that didn't survive? The fossil record by and large shows well-formed, functioning looking organisms. There's no sign of survival of the fittest -- they were all fit! It seems nature got all the species right the first time. That's not evolution. That's intelligent design.