Kristina - You're very, very welcome! I hope all of the info helps. Thank you for the kind words. As late as you can delay your November day, the better in terms of being able to see more Christmas-y things. If November 4th is the only day available, you'll see some things but I'm just not sure how much. See, if we knew when the official start date of the holiday season was going to be this year (and we probably won't find out until at least May, and more likely mid-summer), that would dictate how much of the decor would be up and running when you're there. For example, if we knew that the season was going to begin on 11/8, then chances are that most stuff in the parks would be up by 11/4 -- and IASW Holiday could possibly even be open (maybe). But if the holiday season is beginning on 11/11 or 11/15 this year (and I am kind of thinking 11/8 is too early of a start date), then there probably will not be as much stuff set up on 11/4. Also, last year there was an ice rink in Downtown Disney from late October all through the holidays. Seeing as that was in conjunction with the promotion of a movie, I'm not sure if the ice rink will be back again this year or if it was a one-time thing. So, you will see some things but it won't be the full holiday experience. You have to make a plan to come back at some point down the road when the season is in full swing!