Okay, before you think I'm mental planning this much time for dining... the time we spend in the parks is important but not too important. We are happy with 3-4 hours/day. CS is not something we want to have to do... we've done it before but my son's choices are so limited at a CS restaurant, and they're so hectic and crowded, I really just prefer to avoid them. I've planned late (9-10) breakfasts, late (14:30-15 lunches) and late (19:30-20:30) dinners. The only dinners earlier are mickey's BBQ and HDD. Breakfast- CP Cape May Olivia's Tusker Boma 1900 (possibly drop 1900 for something else, don't know what) Lunch- Cap'n Jacks LTT Teppan Edo Turf Grill Dinner- Tony's town square Mickey's BBQ HDD Chef Mickey Kona Spoodles Wanted to try to fit big river grille in there somewhere, but obviously won't work! Our plans are to wake up whenever, and make our way to breakfast. Plan until time to leave for lunch, and after lunch head back to the hotel for 2-3 hours for naps, and then stay out late nights (the boys will happily go until 10 or later). The time between breakfast and lunch gives us generally 3ish hours to play, then a few hours after dinner. We've got a vehicle, so we're not dependent on the buses. Anything I should drop? Anything I should move around? Yes I know this is too much food, but TS is our best option given our son's needs. Plus, he loves the dining too much, it's his favorite thing and it's rare that he can eat normally from a restaurant, so we're willing to go all out to let him have that.