I've got lots of experience figuring out how to have a good time despite my limitations at WDW. But I'm new to DL, and I'm new to the current neurological symptoms I'm having. I've been to Disneyland once, and at the time, I was not significantly neurologically impaired, but I had a back injury and some trouble walking. I used a cane and had a GAC to avoid stairs, and didn't ride anything very intense. Now I'm planning a new trip, and I'm trying to figure out what the best way is to handle each attraction. I noticed that for some attractions, the alternate waiting area was "worse" for me - more chaotic, more tightly packed, longer waits than the regular queue. Pirates of the Caribbean was bad enough in the alternate area that I just couldn't do it. Now I know I should do PoC much earlier in the day than the wait-time apps suggest. Are there any other "Gotchas" using the alternate entrances that I should be aware of? (More crowded, more confusing, tend to have much longer than posted waits, etc) I know things change a lot, and GACs aren't always handled the same way - I'm just trying to put together a touring plan that doesn't lead to "Yeah, you guys go through the regular entrance, and I'll meet you when you're done." Also, one of my medications makes me photosensitive. At WDW, I didn't need to ask for accommodations for shade, I just wear a big floppy hat and sun-protective clothing. But, at WDW, most of the queues were shaded, and I could usually cross the walkway to catch some building shade. Is DL equally shady?