I'm in the process of starting to research for my trip WDW this summer and was reminded of two photography related things that happened in the parks that annoyed me much more that they should. 1. Maybe it's more out of jealousy but people who have a much nicer DSLR or lenses than I do but have no idea how to use them. I can't tell you how many times I saw people struggling to use their led screen to take outdoor photos, when one of the advantages of a dslr is the optical view finder. I'm convinced that too may DSLR owners don't even know what the view finder intended for or that it is even there. 2. The amount of people who shoot all of their photos/videos on a cell phone. Now I know that smart phones cameras have gotten so much better over the last year or two, and they are now much more of a legitimate option, but my experience was based on my last trip in June 2011. It would just make me cringe when I would see that "magical" once in a life time experience and someone was shooting the photo on a VGA quality flip phone. I know a trip to Disney World is expensive but for well under $200 you can get a very nice p&s camera. Anyone ele have any pet peeves they want to bring up?