To those who are averse to Disneyland no longer selling longer than 5 day passes, (like me!) PLEASE write to them to let them know you would love to purchase a 6 or 7 day pass. For those of us who have to travel a long ways to get here, 5 days really is NOT enough. I also mentioned in an email to them that a 2 times in one year 14 day pass (7 days each time) would be desirable, because upgrading to an annual pass is too $$$ to even consider if we do make it to Disney before a 12 months time period passes. (For the record, we are around 1670 miles away from Anaheim.) It is more than ridiculous that once we pay a very high amount of money (with the newly raised parkhopper and annual pass prices) for a 5 day pass, that we would have to add on an even more expensive (per day) 3 day pass if we want to spend more time in the parks, PLUS we are spending additional $$$$ in their parks on food, drinks, and merchandise on all of those days. And of course, an adult is 10 years and up. All of us in our family are now considered 'adults.' In my heart of hearts, I can't believe Walt Disney himself would agree on kids prices being from age 10 and up. Surely there is a way to ensure that the tickets are signed (with ID presented at that time or even at the gates I don't mind doing so) and I feel that a quick 'on-the-spot' photo, for a longer than a 5 day pass, especially in this day and age of computers, is entirely possible, yes? Disney can do anything with movies and rides, why not the tickets??