The truth of the matter is that our Day at MK (the first rainless, clear, pleasant day in near a week and with the “EMH Effect” in full swing), was by far the hardest to work with. But even then, the only attractions that were just undoable were the three mountains. Everything else was a healthy wait, but not so ridiculous that it couldn’t be dealt with. My advice would be to generally avoid which ever park has EMH on a given day unless you’re planning to hop over to that one (and if so, do it very late and well into the extra hours). Agreed. I’ll be generally ignoring the Evening-EMH parks during peak times (unless I’m going to hop over to on and even then, I’ll wait until toward the end of the extra time (especially at MK). Thanks and: It was a little frustrating but, we’ve done them all before and we’ll be back (and as I was telling Barry, ultimately it was only the mountains that were “unattainable” the rest of it could be done with a bit o patience). That’s one that I’ve added to the list of must haves Thanks. Our kids change gradually and sometime we don’t immediately notice where a major shift has occurred when there buried in the day to day details of just getting by. But when you’re in the midst of a major adventure or a unique undertaking that you can compare to a previous experience, then those changes are magnified and stand out in sharp relief. Who’d-a-thunk, that he would use a Disney vacation to begin a general personality overhaul. I’m looking forward to seeing how differently he conducts himself when we get aboard the Dream in a couple of weeks (as compared to our previous cruses 2 and 4 years ago).