During 10 days of free dining my family of 6 ate at the following TS: Le Cellier, HDDR, Garden Grill(lunch), CP(lunch), Alfredos, WPC, MM, 50s PT, San Angel, Boma, Spoodles and an OOP dinner "snack" at PH. I would be happy to elaborate on my experiences if anyone is interested, and here are a couple of my observations: 1. I did not feel that DDP or free dining affected the service anywhere--service ranged from okay to excellent--and I am critical. 2. We arrived early, late(very), as well as on time for our ADRs and never had a significant wait time. 3. We witnessed many parties being taken as walk ins at various venues. We personally walked into PH(immediate seating Sat night at 6p) and WPC(minimal wait on Labor Day). Also if you want HDDR keep trying--people cancel prior to their 48 hour window and we were able to get a 5p 2 days in advance. 4. If you have a problem with your food ask that it be redone or ask to order something else. We needed to do this several nights and the CM never blinked an eyelash. 5. Ask specifically about specialty drinks that may be included. We had to pry it out of the CMs at a couple of places(MM and San Angel). 6. Take a chance on somewhere you are unsure of. We got a last minute ADR for a late lunch at Garden Grill just to use up some credits. Although I had never had any interest in this place, surprisingly it was one of the highlights of our trip 7. Okay, flame suit on--the children's menus are so, so, so repetitive and limited. 8. Other than 50s PT where our entrees were thrown down while we ate our appys--and we ordered the entrees when the appys were brought--, we never felt rushed at all. We definitely never felt the CM was trying to get us out the door. 9. Flame suit still on. DDP definitely ruled our vacation. I am sure some people are able to perfectly plan everything 6 months out and execute it without a hitch, but we were very stressed by being committed to a certain place at a certain time. 10. Okay, I never thought I would say this. It REALLY is TOO MUCH FOOD!!