Hi all, Just back from another great trip to Universal and RPR. Thought I would share a few things of note: 1. Love, love, love RPR. The staff is always very friendly and this trip was no exception. We arrived around midnight and were given an upgraded view room to help ease the pain of 4 hour flight delay. Our room looked out over the parks with a great view of Hulk Fear Fall, etc. Loved being able to see the fireworks at night as well. 2. One Fish, Two Fish, in Seuss Landing is closed. It was open on Saturday evening, but when we walked by on Sunday morning it was all fenced off. No idea what is happening there. 3. Be aware the HP Dragon Challenge is experiencing delayed openings due to nearby construction. I was able to confirm that Dragon Challenge is scheduled to open at noon Thurs-Sun in upcoming months. This seems a bit fluid though, as it opened at different times each day of our stay - 9am, 8:30am, and about 10am. Good news was there was nothing wrong with the ride itself, they are just unable to operate it during some of the construction nearby. 4. As we have all heard, there is something HUGE being built at the back of Universal Studios. It is my opinion that this MUST be Gringotts. We heard rumors from a few different staff (and pedi cab drivers - lol) that there will be a Hogwarts Express train that runs from this new area over to HP in IOA. And from the view above Dragon Challenge, it certainly appears that new construction (see #3 above) could certainly be some type of a train station. 5. Lots of minor tech problems with many rides: FJ, Rockit, Dragon, Ripsaw Falls, Minion Mayhem, etc. But they were all fairly short - no longer than about 5-10 minutes. 6. Best money saving tip for water drinkers: Buy collapsible water bottles and have them refilled at any of the snack stands or restaurants. I estimate I saved $50+ on this trip alone. This is the third trip I have used this collapsible bottle with success. Employees are very friendly and agreeable when asked to fill it up. Similar to this. You can buy them pretty much anywhere and they easily fit into the smallest bags. 7. If you stay at the RPR and are going to IOA, it is really easier to walk the path than to ride the boat. The walk from the boat landing to the IOA gate is about the same distance as the path from RPR to IOA. We stayed in Tower 1 this time and loved how close to the park we were. Just our opinion.