Reading through these threads, there are lots of folks who sacrifice in their lives to be able to go to Disneyland. I especially really admire all the single Moms and Dads who struggle everyday but are somehow able, by hook or by crook, to share the magic with their kids. Kudos to you. But I worry about the people going to Disneyland who maybe should re-think their plans--who are sacrificing food on the table or medicine in the cabinet to instead go to the Happiest Place on Earth. Who are down to their last dollars and trying to figure out a way to get to Anaheim and get their piece of the magic. For these people, has Disney somehow morphed from a "want"--which I believe it is for most people--to a "need"-- that they somehow can't resist? Has it somehow become an addiction of sorts? Obviously most of the people on this board are adults capable of making their own decisions . . . . but for some is the Disney allure just too much? In Nevada they have a special "Gamblers Anonymous" line that they pass out brochures for. Should Disney be doing the same? (I know--that's silly--but in some ways people spending at Disney probably spend as much as in a casino.) Thoughts from everyone --is Disney a "want" or a "need" for you?