Hey, all... In reading the various posts about the rumors of EMH going away late this year, plus the advent/rollout of FP+, something occurred to me... What we've read so far indicates that advance reservations for FP+ will be limited to one park per day, but no more than four within a time frame. This instantly suggests to me that, at a minimum, they're trying to discourage park-hopping, and constrain the FP+. If the theories that FP+ is part of the reason EMH may go away, it occurs to me that its a perfectly logical reading of the "tea leaves" to suggest that, in the very near future, Disney may actually charge for the ability to "buy" extra FP+ passes. In other words, Disney may have literally figured out a way to monetize waiting in line. Mind you, this is NOT a "rumor" or "insider info" at all. This is complete speculation based on extrapolating what I've read here into what would be a logical next-step. If non-expiring tickets are going away, EMH is under the gun, and the "advance FP+" system is designed to benefit planners/riders who might be the biggest users of EMH, seems to me only logical that tickets will eventually include FP+'s as a bonus "feature" to be added on. Everyone will get a "base" number with admission, but "extras" (up to a limit) will be an optional feature. You think Disney would actually do something like this, or is it too out there? Opinions solicited.