We just returned from a 5 night stay at POFQ. We weren't sure what to expect after hearing about the YOMD. It turned out to be the most magical time we ever spent at WDW. The first day was a typical day at AK and EPCOT. Saw a few people with Dream Passes. The next day on 11/7 we got to MK early. We thought it opened at 8 a.m. but it opended at 9 a.m. The CM at the turnstile said that only people with dining reservations were allowed in. We shrugged it off and decided to go take a few pictures and relax. We were in front of the Main Street Station taking pictures of our kids when a CM walked up and said she wanted to be in our picture. We played around taking pictures of her with our girls. Then she said to follow her. She took us through the turnstile and started talking to other CMs. She kept telling other CMs "They don't know anything". She put us on one of the old cars on Main Street and two CMs gave us a tour of the park with no one in it. They let us take pictures of the empty areas with our kids in them. Then they took us back to Toon Town. A few minutes later about a dozen characters came out to play with the girls. Mickey, Pluto, Stitch, Alice and many others that I have never seen like Clara Bell Cow. They all signed a certificate and took a group photo. We then all boarded the train that was parked there and rode to Main Street. We were told on the way that we were going to be the MK Family of the Day and would help Mickey open the park. Meanwhile, all of the characters played on the train. Stitch was especially out of control, jumping over seats while the train was moving and roughing up other characters! The kids were hysterical. We were given oversized confetti and given instructions about what we would need to do when we got to the main entrance. They introduced us along with Mickey and we did a countdown. After the opening we took several pictures and they gave us a voucher for free photos along with Honorary Citizen badges with Keys to the Kingdom on them. We went back to the turnstiles after the opening to thank the CM who chose us. She was so happy we had fun and then gave the girls each a Tinkerbell pin. The magic continued for days as people spoke to our girls in all of the different parks when they recognized them from the opening. They felt so special. If that wasn't enough we received Dream Passes and YOMD lanyards with pins in MGM Studios. We also were chosen in Le Cellier to be the family for the day and were seated at a special table with activities, decorations, crowns and a certificate signed by all of the staff there. It was a truly amazing trip. We saw lots of people throughout our stay with passes, ears and receiving special recognition. I hope those of you who are going soon get some special magic when you are there!