Ok so I'm not a WDW newbie or a Podcast newbie, I've been listening for over 2 years. I was saddened when we lost Bob, I've had an email read on the show and I even have a DISunplugged tshirt to show for it which always makes it into my WDW wardrobe (even if it's just by the pool). But I don't really hang out on these boards or go to events. My question is this: I consider myself a Disney fan, I've been going to WDW for 10 years now. But I don't consider myself a fanatic. I don't have Disney memorabilia in my house, I'm not a Disney historian (although I did read the biography that was a million pages long!) and while I post on these boards I'm by no means militantly Disney like some of the posters on the boards that take great exception to many things "non Disney". Anyway, I booked a stateroom on the Podcast Cruise in Dec 10. I've never been on a cruise before. What I like about Disney is the adrenaline, the exploring, the "coolness" of the simple, yet meticulously designed rides. Am I going to be bored on a cruise? Are there Podcast things to do most of the days? I know there was a Disney Institute speaker on the last cruise but did you do lots of other things too? I worry about there not being lots of area to explore and discover or that the activities will be stereotypical "cruise" activities like shuffleboard and Bingo (no offense to those that like these things). I listened to the Cruise primers, I've read a lot of trip reports, the price is great and I've always wanted to do DCL. I guess I just wanted to jump out there and see if most of you are die hard fanatics that I might not "fit in" or if you're all just people like me who love Disney and augment your Disney experiences with the cruise? Thanks for the show. You guys are funny and very entertaining. I think you are even when you're talking about something other than Disney! And I look forward to meeting all the podcast fans!