Last year we ended up at the Studios on a Star Wars Weekend, had a nice time, but basically skipped most of the activities. Which was ok, I'm the fan and my son wasn't quite at the stage to get it.....but this year....I guess I should add that my son has autism and is very heat sensitive--and is non-verbal, so language processing and motor planning are issues. Last year he only met 3 characters-one in MK and two in AK (Rafiki's area.) He really likes characters and he has started showing a real interest in Star Wars-particularly lightsabers. I called Guest Relations and they did say they can accodmodate his needs for JTA--we're going to go back on a non-SWW day for JTA. Do you know what "accomodate" actually means when it comes to JTA? My nephew really wants to see Ray Park---and if he gets to do it, my son will want to as well ((My son doesn't really know who Ray Park is, but if his hero does something, he wants to do it too.)) Do you know if there is any accomodation made for the line wait? Would the let me wait in the line, then let my son come into my place just before (I don't need to meet, but need to be close in case there is an issue.) How do they handle wrist bands when the child won't wear them? The reason we skipped all the characters last year is that he can't wait out in the sun/heat--even a 10 minutes out in the direct sun/heat can be an issue. Would they let him wait in the shade then swap with me?