Hi all, We got back a little over a week ago from a nice 2 week trip to Florida. This trip we thought we would go to Universal Studios for the kids - see Barney, ET, Shrek, Jimmy Neutron, Dr. Seuss. We thought they would like it. My DS has autism/PDD-NOS and we are so grateful for the GAC at Disney - it makes our trip possible and we are able to enjoy it. Before I bought my tickets, I called Universal and asked about their GAC equivalent. They told me we would be given a pass to go into the "fast" line. I felt assured that it would work for us. When we got to the park, we went to Guest Services and were given a "family room" card for 2 of our party. The person explained that 2 of the party would have to wait in line (regular line) and the other one with my DS would wait in a separate area, then be called into line when the party got to the front. Needless to say, I was VERY annoyed. I told them what I was told on the phone, and that the family room idea wouldn't work for us - that my DS would get EXTREME ANXIETY if our party was split up for that amount of time. Finally, the person relented and gave us "complimentary" FOTL passes for all 4 of us. That didn't work as well as a Disney GAC. Primarily, the FOTL queue is totally random and not based on any time of day. So, anyone who has that access at any time can get in line. That meant the "fast" lane was sometimes as long as the regular line, or took much longer than a Disney fastpass line. For some of you, the family room idea could work. I know all our kids are different. For us, it would have been a disaster and we couldn't have gone on anything. Just be aware of the difference. Don't expect Disney service and Disney accommodation for your child's issues. If you have any other questions, I can try to help.