Originally Posted by tjkraz
Resort guests and passholders will be able to schedule ride times in advance. Others will have to wait until they arrive in the parks. Remains to be seen what impact this has on availability of FPs.
My sense is that if you arrive early, there will still be ample opportunity to get FPs for all attractions. But the supply may be exhausted earlier in the day due to the advance reservations.
But even that may not come to pass. Disney can tinker with the number of total FPs issued. If they want to offer 10% more, 25% more or 50% more FPs for any given attraction than they do today, they can. Only real impact will be slower-moving standby lines.
We are going in the beginning of May, so it's not a high peak time!