We'll be at Wyndham Bonnet Creek in just eight more days and can't wait! Never, never, never book directly through BC though. Their prices are ridiculous. We booked through Vacation Strategy and got a one bedroom Deluxe condo for ten nights for just $895.00 (so $89.50/night). We normally stay at a Moderate resort, but can't beat $89.50/night even using our AP discount for a single Value room, much less the Moderate resorts we prefer. We rent a car anyway and BC is physically within the Disney gates, so is closer to the parks than alot of the Disney resorts. We couldn't care less about EMH or the DDP, so can't think of a single reason why we would pay more for a tiny, value room than for a one bedroom villa with a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, seperate living room, two TVs, king size bed, fold out couch, a jacuzzi tub, walk in shower, washer/dryer, several pools that are nicer than Disney pools, several pool slides, several hot tubs, two lazy rivers, free mini golf, etc. Just wouldn't make sense for us. As AP holders we go to WDW several times a year and have always been big proponents of staying onsite and swore there was absolutely no way we would ever stay offsite. In fact, I swore I'd stay home first. Lo and behold last Oct a coworker offered us a week in her one bedroom condo at Westlake Town Center, just one mile outside WDW gates for just $400.00 for the week. It was too good of a deal to pass up, so we thought we'd give offsite just one try. We loved it so much, there is no way I can see us ever staying onsite again. $89.00/night for a fully equipped one bedroom condo vs $244.00 for a single, tiny moderate room that are almost side by side geographically seems like a no brainer to me. Oh yeah, as far as Bonnet Creek prices go. If you read over on the Love Bonnet Creek thread on the Orlando Resorts section of the DIS, you will see that Vacation Strategy, Vacation Upgrades, Farrell's Vacations, and several renters on VRBO and even Ebay come highly recommended and have great prices. In fact, after I had already paid Vacation Strategies our deposit, I got an email from a seller on VRBO (Shelby Resorts) that offered me a one bedroom even cheaper (just $750.00 for the ten nights I needed--so just $75.00/night). Lets see: $75.00/night for a 902 sq ft, one bedroom condo at a Deluxe resort or $244.00/night for a single 314 sq ft room in a moderate or still around $100.00 per night for a tiny 260 sq ft room in Value? Nope, I'll take more space in a nicer resort, for less money. In fact, last Oct/Nov we actually did a split stay at my coworker's one bedroom time share and Royal Pacific Resort over at Universal. Even though RPR is a Deluxe resort, the room felt so tiny after staying in the one bedroom all week, that my husband said he really wished we'd just stayed the whole trip in the time share and driven back and forth. We are doing the same thing this trip though, because no way am I giving up the front of the line pass perk that people staying onsite at Universal get. If Disney offered their onsite guests front of the line passes, then I'd be willing to pay more to stay in one of their little rooms (maybe). 902 sq ft in a fully equipped one bedroom villa here: http://www.bonnetcreekvacationrentals.com/category/39784513 vs 314 sq feet at CSR here: http://www.bing.com/images/search?q...099FEB085911AA62871F9C940EBFA&selectedIndex=0 for almost three times less money, seems like a no brainer to me and with the exception of AK, we'll be closer to the other three parks than if we'd stayed at CSR.