Im just curious what others would do in this situation. My home resort is the Boardwalk, and I have always been able to get Boardwalk view studios for December. I have traditionally started my stays in the middle of a week. Well, I called today, and tried to get the Boardwalk view studio, and there was not one available for the night I would like to start my trip. Since my stay is starting on a Tuesday, Im not really surprised that it wasnt available, but it is disappointing to be the first caller to a member services rep on the day exactly 11 months out and not be able to get the view that I would like. I wound up booking the preferred view room for a seven night stay, and went on a waitlist for the Boardwalk view, hoping that there are walkers out there, and that waitlist will come through. Now, Im wondering if Im better off booking a one night stay, and trying for the Boardwalk view again tomorrow, and continuing to try to get that Boardwalk view reservation until I get it (which Im guessing would happen at least by the Friday of my stay, if not sooner). I do not think Id have a problem adding on the preferred view studio night by night at exactly 11 months out. Do we know exactly how the waitlist works? Lets say a walker called and cancelled a Boardwalk room right after I made my reservation. Does the waitlist automatically pick up on that and give that room to the next person on the waitlist? Or does it check at certain points of the day, so that potentially someone who called right after the walker cancelled can book that room even though there are people waiting for that room? Ideally, I want the Boardwalk view for the entire stay, but I dont mind switching rooms once during the stay if I have to. Logically, my brain is telling me to make it a one night reservation, and trying to get the Boardwalk view room each morning until I can get it, and adding on the next night at the preferred view if I dont get it. So what would you do (of have you done) if you were in this situation?