Quite a few inaccuracies you've got there. The biggest misconceptions are the parts about stealing your credit card info. The magic bands do NOT store active credit card info. The cards store an inactive RFID chip that is linked to a centralized record on a database. No personal info is stored on the band. Just like the Key to the World Card, but in wristband form. And no, Disney is NOT going to track your movements. Bog Iger wrote a scathing reply to Congressman Ed Markey from Massachusetts, who brought up those concerns. Bog Iger practically ripped him a new one in his reply. As for the other assumptions. the enforcement of FassPass return times didn't drive people away in droves. The parks are as crowded as they ever were. The only part of the post remotely accurate is the IT problem. The app and website for My Disney Experience has some glitches. It didn't work properly for my April trip, but I was still able to make a dining reservation from it while I was on the trip. It's working on some things but seems to have trouble with some prior resort or dining reservations.