We just got back from the first week of free dining. Our party was three adults (one a disney adult at 12 years old) and one 9 year old child. We started at POR, and split the stay with Coronado Springs. Our table services included: Ohana--very fast service, but great meal. The turkey was very good, but the sausage was not good. We got a great windowside table near the volcano pool. Coral Reef-- best restaurant of the whole trip. Everything was amazing down to the view, the food and the atmosphere. My DH had one small nitpick about the tuna entree, he expected it to be a bit warmer. We were allowed to have three types of smoothies on the DDP, the Great White, the Strawberry one and something else... our table wound up with a combination of Great Whites (non alcoholic pina coladas) and strawberry smoothies. I had the Mahi Mahi and it was amazing. Kona- worst restaurant of the trip. Appetizers came out before our drinks were even on the table. My son dropped a fork and the waitress grabbed one off another table. My food was cold and I had to ask twice for my daughters chicken noodle soup. The waitress knew that we were on the dining plan and her tip was guaranteed. I actually spoke to a manager who was roaming the restaurant and told her about my concerns. Chef Mickey's breakfast-- same as usual. It was fun but busy. My son found the loose gummy bears and piled up on those. Le Cellier-- great selections, but our waitress was on the too efficient side. The hostess told me that they are now booked solid until January. The mushroom fillet was fabulous! Boma- Good but not fabulous. We wanted to eat a bit earlier than our 630 dinner reservations but one call to dining from our room stated that Boma was full. We got there at 5 and they said it was not a problem to seat us. My highlight was the different hummuses (or is it hummi?) and the cocomisu. Cape May-- very nice but not as quiet as before. The characters were great there. This was breakfast and not dinner.