I'm going to WDW for the first time in September, by myself. I'm going during Free Dining, and have upgraded to DxDDP. I've been kind of obsessing over my ADRs, having read these boards and gotten the feeling I won't have any choices if I don't book every meal. I have a handful of "must have" restaurants that I have ADRs for already. But I find myself wanting a little more freedom of which parks to go to on what day. I had a whole plan, and then checked out the crowd calendars and discovered I had booked parks on crowded days. I also decided I didn't want to go to AK at all, and had planned to just to eat at the restaurants there. So, I'm wondering if, as a singleton, I'll have better shots of getting ADRs while I'm there. I get the impression that I still will have lots of choices. I just looked at tomorrow's ADRs (in the middle of July) and there was still availability for one at many of the restaurants I'm interested in. Obviously, I won't give up my Le Cellier, CRT or BOG reservations. (I also got Dessert Party and Tea reservations.) But on everything else, do you think I'll be able to fly by the seat of my pants? Will it be easier because I'm alone and not with a family? Or does Free Dining, even at a very low level crowd time, really suck up all the ADRs?