Sorry to bring a little rain to this BCV celebration, but correct me if i'm wrong. I looked at the BCV pictures with great enthusiam and giddyness, as i reached for my highlighter pen and anxiously circled MARCH 6, 2002 on my calendar (hopeful that i could be one of the first to score a Sept. 2002 ressie). Having already booked a Grand Villa at OKW for 9/15-9/20, and expecting a great celebration with 9 other guests, I quickly decided "what would be better than staying at a brand new place"? Having looked at the brochure that recently arrived i started to calculate the points to pull off this seemingly wonderful feat. Lets see.....there are no grand villas........no problem....I'll splurge for 2 rooms...lets make 'em both 2 bedrooms (not wanting to feel cramped on a vacation) So instead of taking the OKW GV at 180 points , i'll take the 2- 2bdroom at 150 each (total 300 points). Hmm ....spending an extra 120 points....guess what..i didn't care..... I'll have a BRAND NEW hotel, with a superior location, right smack in the middle of everything, love that SAB!, we'll make wonderful meals in the rooms and gather round the dining room table and sing songs while we laugh the night away , yelling "hey, throw another Disney DVD movie in that thing i wanna see Toy Story again" Then it hit me....what's wrong with this picture? Lets look at the pictures again....only one sofa in the living room...that can't be...this is a 2 bedroom....hmm........wait a minute......that kitchen's looking kind of small too.....what happened to the roominess i've grown accustomed to at OKW, or even BWV for that matter?..........no problem i can deal with these little setbacks...then i looked toward my "dining room" Is it my imagination or did the Disney Imagineers do a shrinking move on that "dining room table" and the squeeze it in where a hallway/walkway should be? Did Disney forget the reason for the kitchen? to serve "family" meals, and discuss the days events. I gotta tell you that bench that was built into to wall doesnt look all that comfy, and you'd have a real tough time turning it to get a better look at the tv, lol. These rooms look to be getting real tight folks. I bought DVC for its comforts while vacationing, which includes a nice table to sit together at, to enjoy a meal, and a living room with ample seating to relax in after dinner. As more and more space disappears from these floor plans it's taking on the appearance of a cattle pen. Is anyone else looking past the glitz of BCV yet?