I have to agree with others that I haven't seen anything inappropriate in the comments on this thread. I would certainly never advocate that Disney decrease the number of HA rooms they build, or not have accommodations available for those who need them. That's not what's being suggested here. The solution to this entire issue is for Disney to make these rooms a true booking category in every sense. This would make it easier for those who need the rooms to book them. In cases where there are only HA rooms available, it isn't the last one to check in who gets it, it's the member who understood up front when they booked that they'd be in a HA room. Anyone who was forced to book a HA because it was the only available room should automatically have a waitlist generated to move them into a non-HA if it became available. That would free up the HA room for a late-booker with a special need. In the meantime, I'll continue to ask that it be added as a request, and ask to be moved if one is assigned. Like the previous poster said, I'd never make a big deal out of it at the desk, but I do view it as a less desirable room when it isn't needed. It's less of an issue for us when we're in a studio as we don't have kids, and won't use a studio tub for baths. But in a one-bedroom or larger, we use the Jacuzzi very often and would be disppointed not to have it. It's become part of the vacation experience for us, since we don't have one at home.