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Old 02-27-2013, 08:58 AM   #26
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Awesome Point Mom2RTK, and I agree completely. I can survive dining or hotel problems, I am now a go with the flow' kinda person. But, it would be a serious lunch bag letdown if we could not possibley do our 'fav's - doubly more so for those that travel down less often.

(I should say, we are going every other year, and for less time, so we are not traveling down frequently, but because we have done Disney several times in the past, its easier to 'cut stuff out' and not be disappointed if we dont get to do something. I TOTALLY understand if you are not a frequent visitor how much more of a bummer this is - you should have seen my first visit to Disney, if there was a minute on the agenda I did not have filled in, I would have been in shock. The reality is, stuff got cut out on the trip, but we did tons, and I always had an 'option' of what to do in case we had to change plans)

The tech aspect has the potential to be amazing, or terrifying. Based on past Disney performances in the tech world, its no wonder we are shaking in our boots. We can hypothosize its going to be godawful, or its going to be a dream, but either way its just speculation. Its not until the cake is cut, will we figure out if we can enjoy it or not (and how many tiers it actually has! Haha)

I am cautiously optomistic that this system will work well for the average guest, and I am going to work my buns off to figure out how to make carrot juice out of the system for when we visit. Alls we need is some real time live reports from our dis friends, a little analysis, and we can be off to the races.

But take heart, we have been able to adjust to all the other changes we have seen in the last 20 years and are still doing Disney - we have learned to adapt and maximize. And so we will again - unless the product is so bad that we do not want to return. And, If it ends up being brilliantly bad for everyone, then Disney will have to change it. It might be a bumpy ride. I think Disney is just as concerned about this as we are. They dont want to piss off the ant farm, but they might sacrifice a few to make the majority happy. Just realisticlly speaking. But, we are smart ants. I think we can make the system work for us.
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