We're considering biying into a DVC resort, since we enjoy vacationing in WDW so often. Plus, the ability to swap out our DVC points in Paris or CA is a big plus (why not Tokyo, too? Sheesh). One of the main selling points of a traditional (non-Disney) timeshare is that you pay a price now for a fixed number of weeks per year, for as many years as you own the property. So if you buy one week, you ALWAYS get one week. With DVC, I'm not sure if that's the case? Since it's a "points" system, and the points go up. So if I buy exactly enough points to get a week at the Boardwalk, for example, then in 2-3 years I probably won't have enough points to stay a whole week anymore, right? Plus the exchange points at the other Disney hotels will go up, too, so I'll always be having to add a few more points to my pool to keep up? Doesn't that pretty much destory the financial advantage of "prepurchasing" your vacation? Thanks for any feedback... I'm still trying to understand all of the ramifications!