DH and I go psuedo-commando I guess. (So we're only half wearing undies? I'm not sure how that works.) So far we've gone to Downtown Disney first before doing any park stuff. That's pretty chill for the most part, the only time frame we're working with are our ADRs. We also grab maps to the parks, which is the important thing. That night we pull out the map to the park we're going to the next day and go over the rides. I'll circle the rides I want to go on and put question marks by the ones I'm thinking about going on, and he'll do the same. Then the next morning we haul our butts out of bed, grab breakfast at the hotel and are off to the park before I'm all that awake. More than once I've been drinking coffee while waiting for the bus, and fighting sleep on the way to the park. But once I'm there the energy kicks in. We almost always make rope drop, but I think we've missed it a couple of times. And like pretty much everyone else we hurry to the rides that are going to be crowded later. (Epcot involves hauling butt to Soarin, riding it, then grabbing a fast pass to ride it again.) I've never understood why people say you can't get everything done in a day. Granted, we don't have kids which I know gives us time that families don't have, but we've never had a problem with getting everything we wanted to do done. The only thing that slows us down now is that between our first and second trips my body decided it'd be fun to develop fibromyalgia, so we do have to take more breaks so I can sit down. But if at all possible I just rest while waiting for a parade or in a long line, and I encourage the DH to do things I don't want to do (like go on the more intense version of Mission Space) while I take a break.