Sorry this is a little long, and maybe I'm answering my own question, but if you have any thoughts, please share. We used to stay at All Stars, two adjoining rooms, but we are now "spoiled" by DVC villas. I am trying to plan a December trip with my family of 6 (4 teens), not using our points and trying to conserve money. I have considered offsite, but we will all have AP's and I would like us to stay on Disney property. We have stayed in the FW cabins, but they only have one bathroom. My kids don't like sharing beds anymore, either. So today I booked us into a suite at ASMu (two will still have to share or we could put a camp cot in the room with the bed. But the more I think about it, staying in two adjoining rooms might be more comfortable. We would still have two bathrooms and my two college boys could have a "decent" bed, rather than having a pullout (sofa, chair, ottoman), on their break. Again, two would have to share, or we can bring the cot. I like the "large" kitchen and table/chairs that the cabins offer. The kitchen in the suites is really not anything to speak of, from what I can see. We usually keep a cooler filled with the resort ice to keep milk, beer, wine. I usually bring my single cup coffee maker. The only thing I can think that we would use the microwave for would be popcorn. Since there's not place to sit around a table, or a stove/oven, I don't think I would consider cooking a meal. We will have the DDE, so the food court is appealing. So, anyone think the suite is better than 2 adjoining rooms for us?