I have been reserving my opinion (mostly) on Fast Pass Plus until there was more information or even until it went into effect, but after listening to the podcast about it, I have to really, really wonder if maybe Disney has just gone too far. For the life of me I can't imagine most casual, non-regular Disney visitors not thinking it's the craziest thing they've ever heard. I base this on already knowing that they think it's INSANE to book dining so far out. I've helped alot of people plan trips and booking ADR's always, always blows their mind. "I need to know where and when I'm going to eat and reserve it 6 months before we go?! Seriously?" all the while looking at me like I've lost my mind. So now, I can add on ... "And, you also need to reserve what rides you want to go on 60 days before you go." I mean...close your eyes for a minute and pretend you aren't a Disney nut and you never heard of the DIS... does the above not sound crazy even to you? Can you imagine CSR's trying to explain it to people calling to book their first trip? I totally understand it hasn't even started yet, I know there is alot we don't know yet. I know there are some people that are going to LOVE this, but I really think it is all just be too complicated and overwhelming for many, many more people than those who like it or love it. I also know no one HAS to use it, but what is the alternative? Especially if the remove FP as it exsists now like Pete thinks they will.