Yes, the wording on that could have been better (instead of making it be "more fun for everyone" have it be "more enjoyable/less stressful for him"), but really, that comment is a bit out of line. Multiple people have tried to give you help and ideas, giles, and you have either shot them all down or complained about them. I'm sorry that you feel Disney doesn't do "enough" for guests with disabilities in general and you in particular, but that has not been the experience for the vast majority of people on this board. As I have stated, I will be traveling with 2 visually impaired people next month, one uses a cane exclusively the other uses a guide dog which will be coming with us every day, so I will be able to provide a definitive list of which rides will allow a SD on, which rides have a portable kennel stored there, and which ones you have to wait for it to be brought over, as well as where the kennel is set up. As for asking for Braille menus at each restaurant and being upset if they don't have them, as long as someone is available to read them to the guest, they are in compliance with the ADA. There *ARE* guidebooks offered in Braille, and you can pick one up at guest services in each park, but I'm sure the $25 refundable deposit would be a deterrent, right? And I see nothing in the description of the audio devices that says it will read out the menus at each restaurant to you; in fact, it specifically says: Since restaurants don't have "existing show audio", it would follow that devices that make use of that audio wouldn't work where it doesn't exist. I'm sorry that you're going to have such a horrible visit because you moved your reservation to a more expensive resort and will have a "useless" view; I'm sorry you don't feel that your SD would be "safe" enough in the park to bring him with you if it would be easier for you (even though plenty of other people with SDs bring them with no trouble); I'm sorry you won't have everything exactly the way you want it when you want it. I hope even going into it not expecting to enjoy it that you end up having fun. To the OP: it's definitely worth a shot to try for a DAS, but it also wouldn't hurt to be prepared with an alternate plan if it's not provided or if it doesn't work exactly the way you intended it to work. It may take a little more work, but I have no doubt that you and your family can work together to make the trip enjoyable for everyone.