We're doing Disney/Universal with DD who will be 10 at the time (only child). We were there once before when she was 6, I think we did a day and a half in magic kingdom, almost a full day in Epcot, and half days for the other two. This time we're planning to go to Universal first, and drive over to Disney in the morning so we'll have 3 full days as well as a half day at the end for Disney Springs. We were originally assuming 1 day each for Epcot and Hollywood studios, one waterpark day, and magic kingdom for dinner at least 2 of the nights. Several people have told me we should plan two days for Epcot since it's like 2 separate parks. I'm not sure if we would want to spend much time on the world showcase as we've already been to many of the countries represented. Do most of the shows/activities seem tacky compared to the real thing, or would they still be enjoyable? So should we keep our original plan, skip the waterpark and add an extra Epcot day, spend less time in MK, or get a cheaper hotel and add a fourth night?