Hi everyone! My family (of 9) and I are going to be in Orlando from June 1st (Saturday) - June 9th (Sunday), and are staying offsite at a 4-bedroom villa in Paradise Palms. We will be spending that first day unpacking and settling into the villa, go swimming, etc. and will spend the last day packing and getting ready for our flight back home, so I'm ideally looking for things to do ... Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday The traveling people would be four adult parents and five young adults (ages 16 - 24) Ideally; I wan to make the most of our trip and check out MK, AK, EP and DHS! We also want to spend at least one day at Universal (whichever one has the Harry Potter stuff), and I'd love to spend one day at Typhoon Lagoon ... but that schedule already puts at 6 parks with 7 days, so I want to be realistic here too. I've never been to WDW, know nothing about the crowds but can assume it will be busy because it's the first week in June, and would just like some perspective. Realistically, what should I be planning / expecting? Please note that I have an AP for Disneyland and go there frequently -- do you think there's anything I could probably omit from our trip without feeling bad about it? Though December 2012 was my first trip to Disneyland EVER, I've been there twice since and still have some more trips lined up, since it's only a five hour drive from home. Can't believe I jumped on this Disneyland thing so late! Also, has anyone had any luck with following Touring Plans? I've been studying the Unofficial Guide To Disneyworld on my Kindle and I love the touring plans they have set up, but I'm just concerned at how I can get my family to abide by them most of the time ... I can just imagine us all finishing a ride and me going, "Okay, next is ..." and have my mother go "No, lets go here instead!" -.- If ages matter, there will be four adult parents and five young adults (16 - 24); in case, for example, one park caters to younger audiences or whatever Many thanks in advance! Love you guys.