Does anyone have any kind of reference for what a 25% capacity crowd looks like? At what point in 2019 was it actually at 25%? I am thinking maybe about 1.5-2 hours after opening on a typical Sunday, but I could be way off. Its sounds low on paper, but the reality is that the parks are a living hell from 75% up, and I only recall a couple instances of being there when it hit 100% in 20 years of regular visits (as I normally avoid or leave when it gets that crowded). We will not have FP available to mitigate the situation, so there is going to be a lot of long, winding lines that will be difficult to gauge. In addition, the people there will be more likely to be staying open to close, unlike the hoardes of AP (including myself) who usually only show up for 4-5 hours in normal times. I honestly expect it to be fairly unpleasant at 25%, and I really hope that the limit is not raised beyond that until at least mid-June (after I use up my 3 day PH). Hopefully, this will be the last time I have to go to the park without an AP or FP. Having the ability to duck out as soon as things get backed up is a great asset, but paying per day really adds some motivation to tough it out.