This will be my first trip with the Dining Plan in effect. (We won't be doing the dining plan, but I understand this is what fills up the restaurants.) Two months out, there were NO dinner reservations for Coral Reef. I was told Le Cellier books for dinner at least 3 months ahead of time, even in quieter seasons. So imagine my surprise when I called on a fluke this morning about a character breakfast next Sunday morning and was able to get an 8:05 a.m. at Crystal Palace. Now, I know this isn't as hard to score as, say, Cinderella's Castle, but it was my understanding that character breakfasts were hard to book--especially early ones for people who want to get breakfast out of the way before the park officially opens. Is there a reason for this? Did I just get lucky? Or is this just an easy ADR to get? I'm thinking of trying my luck again at Coral Reef for dinner--although I'm currently happy with my ADR at Chefs De France. Opinions?