We're headed down to Florida yet again this spring. We've done Disney every April/May for the past 3 years with our kids. We love it, of course. This year, DH asked if we could do Universal. Since I can't really justify doing Disney the way I want to *PLUS* Universal - I caved and said lets just do Universal/IOA then we'll do the beach for a few days after. Wondering now if I'm going to regret this decision. See, I'm a big sissy! DH is the only true thrill seeker in our family. Kids will be 6 and 7 when we go. DD5 is a moderate-thrill-seeker but not the big coasters (she's done smaller ones). DS6 is with me on the thrills... he'd rather be in the gift shop. Magic Kingdom is by far our favorite park overall, as it's got the most amount of gentle, "baby" rides... DS was mad that I took him on Test Track, as he was scared so much. And frankly, I don't like it that much either. I loved Soarin, but still close my eyes on some parts. I don't do "drops" well. The one thing I do love is Harry Potter, and that makes me want to go just for the ambiance alone of Hogsmeade!! (I will force myself to ride some of the rides though, I'm sure) So, your opinion.... wait until the kids are older? Is there much for them and me to do while DH is riding the thrillers? I'm guessing the shows (and Jaws) will be too much for them too, so other than hanging out in Hogsmeade and Dr. Suess land, I'm guessing there's not much else. Your thoughts please!!! And maybe explain some of the rides to me that would or would not work? Anything with monsters, fire, explosions, etc, will scare the kids. They're pretty noise-sensitive.