Or maybe people with issues which require a DAS are already doing a ton of extra planning, and oftentimes that planning is for naught when their child experiences a set-back in the park. Not to mention the fact that single parents with children with some disabilities have a very difficult time explaining to their child that they are going to walk to the ride and then walk away. It's almost unfathomable to me that people are still dickering over this. Are people seriously complaining that some child with a disability might get a five minute advantage by being able to get a return time from a kiosk instead of the ride? And the ADA requires that Disney make things AT LEAST equal. There's nothing saying they can't do more, although the idea that being able to use a kiosks is some big advantage over non-disabled guests is almost laughable.