My daughter will be turning 3 years old when we go to WDW in a couple of weeks. She has no vision in her left eye which causes depth perception issues. I have no worries about getting around in a new place (for her) because she'll probably ride in the stroller most of the time. But - I'm wondering about the 3D shows like Mickey's Philharmagic, and some of the others... has anyone had experience with these shows and having depth perception issues? I know the 3D effect will be lost on her in general, but I'm wondering as a family (we have 3 older boys as well) if we go see these shows will it just give her headaches? She's speech/language delayed, and she's a pretty tough cookie - so I don't want her to be putting up with these shows if it's just hurting her head. She probably would just go with the flow. No sense in making her miserable though. She also has a significant hearing loss in both ears (but wears hearing aids), and I'm wondering if that whole experience together might just be a little too over the top for her (not being able to "see" what her other senses are interpreting, I guess. I'm fine hanging out with her while the boys go see these shows and really in the grand scheme of things it's not *that* much time that she'd miss out on if need be, kwim? It's totally not a big deal at all, I was just thinking that perhaps someone here might have experience with this, who is willing to share?! Thank you!