Feel free to move this if it is the wrong area. I just wanted to give feedback regarding the new DAS policy in the Theme Parks. Particularly the Disneyland Resort. Just wanted to start this out with a disclaimer that I am VERY closely involved in the DAS program here at Walt Disney World and work in a position that I know the program inside and out. With that being said- I was totally nervous doing this myself. Myself and boyfriend (who has MS) just came back last week from Disneyland and had a fantastic time. He is not in a wheelchair yet, but is in varying symptoms that makes it very difficult to tour for periods of time longer than 2-4 hours depending on the heat. We started by circling the rides that we absolutely HAD to ride for our trip to be considered a success. We figured we would add the others in. This worked Perfectly! We did the things that we wanted to do, while waiting in the shorter lines while we waited for our return times. We ended up doing way more than we thought we would. We also took tons of breaks during the return times. It was a life saver because unlike the old card where you just went from one line to another- we were almost "forced" to take a break. Which, little did I know was exactly what we needed to keep going through out the day so that we did not have a melt down. Halfway through the day we went home to take a short nap(about 3-5 hours) and started again. We made sure to get the return time for when we came back so we wouldn't have to wait as long. This ended up being perfect and really allowed us to do what we needed. We kept a open mind saying we will do what we could and not try and push it. We were pleasantly surprised how well this worked for us! Tips: Take breaks- a life saver and really benefits all members of the party Split up if you have to- if someone needs to go back to the hotel do it! Be reasonable about what you can do at the parks. We have limitations and know we can't do everything. Accept that and have fun doing your top five. Rent a wheelchair or ECV if you feel you need it. Be realistic and Plan ahead and know what's important for you to see. Pick a time of year to visit that works with your family and any limitations you may have. Now this trip was great, but we did have our hiccups. Breaking down after three days at the park was rough and not so magical. But when we took a nap and started over it got better. I hope that this helps!