@ Grumpy I'm not sure that I completely understand your post but your suggestion is to have Disney enforce tiers of ownership amongst DVC owners based on DVC profit? I'm assuming you understand that Disney makes money off of many other streams of revenue such as merchandise, concessions, admissions, etc as well as guaranteeing their parks stay busy with customers in their DVC resorts (regardless of if they are renters, direct or resale owners). For Disney to create a class system based on type of ownership by setting up restrictions (making it harder for mass accessibility) makes absolutely no sense to me. I've read through some of your previous posts (with some difficulty) and it seems as though you believe there are some owners who abuse the system through renting points or are part of some DVC conspiracy where Disney employees are given preferential treatment. If so, I would encourage you to blow the whistle and provide concrete evidence which would help ALL of the owners by making a fairer and more transparent system. Personally, I believe whether someone purchased directly from Disney or purchased resale is irrelevant. We almost bought direct from Disney but realized that we could purchase the same product at less than half the price so it made sense for us to do so. To each their own. If you have a problem with people buying at a "cheaper" resort and moving to a more "expensive" resort, then your problem lies with DVC and arbitrage in general. Those who bought from Disney seem quite happy with their purchase in general and those that aren't have the assurance that their timeshare carries value in the resale market if they want out.