I see how the FP+ (with long range "planning" needed) and RFID bracelets ties in well with the 2013 Disney special "promotion" where they will plan special events once a week at a park. To make money, since that is their business, they need to maximize use of current rides, shows, restaurants, etc. So with eventually more people having to plan ahead they will build up their information. They can then help shift crowds to spread the load better. I could see this meeting less long range schedules for EMHs. I bet as they develop more awareness of who is planning to go to what park that some of those special weekly events will "pop up" in parks where they need to drive more people. I can't find the post now but as someone else pointed out -- imagine, for the good and the bad, how the RFID will be used to shift people around. Say a greater than desired capacity of people are near Space Mountain+ based on RFID info then something (smaller pop-up event, more characters, $1 off a cotton candy) will help pull some people elsewhere in the park. That's good in helping to keep people moving but a little creepy but then again so many people don't mind the info they are giving to Facebook,Google, etc. So I bet something like EMH lives on but becomes a more flexible tool.