I don't think I understand your point; can you phrase it another way? My mental model is of someone who buys a membership and then does nothing. They get busy with work, life, etc. and they never call in and never do anything (other than make their dues payments). If such an owner had a normal contract, their inaction will inevitably make some rooms available for breakage revenue, which eventually flows to Disney once the 2.5% cap is reached (and it seems to have been reached for all resorts for the last few years). If the owner has a fixed week, though, there is no breakage to be had. The fixed week comes and goes, and their points are used to rent a week that does nothing for anyone. So the bottom line is that fixed weeks *might* result in lower breakage revenue. Perhaps Disney's waiting to see if that's actually going to happen or not before they commit to selling more weeks.