We just returned from WDW. I tried to research a good touring plan for rope drop before I left, but never came up with a concensus. Here is what I found... You have to be one of the first at the turnstiles/rope to get to Enchanted Tales with Belle. We were there 15 minutes before opening one morning and at the back of the crowd. We did not stand a chance at getting to see Belle. There was an 80 minute wait already! The next morning we were at the front of the crowd and we were the first to see Belle. The experience was worthwhile by the way! Since we didn't want to wait for Belle the first day, we decided to check out Dumbo (old habit I guess.) There was absolutely no need to get to Dumbo early. In fact, the kids will want to play in the new play area so you may as well get there when there is a bit of a wait. Next we went to Goofy's Barnstormer and the kids rode it a few times with no wait. It's probably a good idea to get here early...but no need for first thing. My guess is to go to Belle, followed by Peter Pan and Winnie the Pooh first. Then Barnstormer, Dumbo, tea cups, etc. Send a runner for a fastpass for Little Mermaid. This is not exactly what we did because we messed up the Belle thing the first day an ended up doing the rest of Fantasyland that day. The next day when we did get into Belle, we headed to Tomorrowland after that and easily did everything there with little or no wait. We did get FP for Space Mountain. We were done in a couple of hours and ready for an early lunch and then attractions in the other lands. Feel free to add input people! I would really like to get the "perfect" plan down before our next trip in September and help others out who have no idea where to start either. Thanks!