Earlier in this thread I suggested downloading more than one app, so you can compare - with DL, the wait times app I like is "MouseWait." I plan on looking at more than one app to see if there is a major difference in the wait times - if there is, I will ask them to double check or pick a different ride to ask for. If you walk past within minutes, then I would stop and speak to the CMs at the attraction or at the nearest kiosk. I did in fact list things that sometimes have waits, but generally never longer than 10-15 minutes, which is about how long you would wait in a FastPass line anyway. For most things, like Tiki Room, Mark Twain/Colombia, and Train, if you need to wait for the next show/boat/train, speak to the CMs working it. Especially if you have a DAS in hand with your son's picture, and say he is autistic and has ADHD, can we please wait off to the side (for the train, that may be where wheelchair parties wait, for the boats, there is a place off to the side they save for wheelchair groups, and I am sure the CM who works Tiki Room will work with you (like have you wait by the exit, go in there (which is what wheelchairs do anyway) so you can leave if you need to. If he will not sit for a show, and he will not stand for a show, how have you handled waiting in the long GAC lines thus far? I am not being sarcastic - it may be that your present system can be adapted. Because I have a GAC, and I know how long it takes to get on Pirates or HM or Peter Pan, even Jungle Cruise. Will he use a stroller, special needs stroller, or wheelchair, to help give him a private space? What I can guarantee you is that Disney is not going to refund any part of your annual passes. I have family who works in Ticket Sales, and she explained the contracts to us, which my wife and I read entirely before signing. Even if we are in the hospital and can never go to Disney for an entire year, we have to pay. I actually think our estate must pay even if we are dead. So I can tell you that there will not be a refund issued.