We are in the planning stages of purchasing our first contract and figuring out the number of points we want to buy. We are a family of five: my oldest is a girl, who is currently 11; my middle is a boy who is 9, and my youngest is another boy who will soon be 6. We just returned from a stay at the Yacht Club in a standard room where we had two queen beds and the day bed where the boys slept together in the one bed, and my daughter took the daybed. Although the room wasn't spacious, it was absolutely fine for our vacation and we had a wonderful time (and really didn't spend a ton of time in the room anyway...) Anyway, we have potentially narrowed our purchase down to either BWV or BCV, and, assuming that's where we'll primarily stay, I recently discovered that there is no two-bedroom villa that has two double or queen beds (non-sleeper sofas) in the second bedroom, even if it's not a lock-off (as I know that all of the BWVs are). (I am correct on that, right? There is no BCV two-bedroom that has two queen or double beds in the second bedroom, right? Each second bedroom is configured with one queen bed and one sleeper sofa, correct?) If you don't plan to cook dinner while on vacation, and losing the jacuzzi isn't a big deal for you, (losing the king bed and our own bedroom is kinda sad, but not a deal breaker) does it make more sense to consider doing two studios? Is it difficult to find joining studios? Does anyone think with the makeup of our family that it would make more sense to think ahead a few years and go with the two bedroom? In that case, the boys could each have their own bed in the bedroom (one on the bed and one on the sofa) and my daughter could be on the sleeper sofa in the living area? Further, how difficult is it to find two bedroom villas that have two actual beds in the second bedroom? Is this something that can be requested during the reservation process? Thanks for any help or insight.