Last night I was with a group of friends who hold an "Unofficial Disneyana Non-Convention" every two years. It is set up as a Grand Gathering plus special events. Last night we did the Magical Fireworks Voyage. I have done this GG experience three times in the past, and I was extremely disappointed with it this time. The voyage itself was unchanged, with a "pirate" on board leading fun and games, with prizes for a triva and of course the excellent view of Wishes! with the music piped in. (Actually last night we saw Hallowishes and I think the view was much better than from in the park.) The problem was beforehand. I don't know if this is regular, or just anticipating cold weather, but instead of the dessert buffet being outside near the Contemporary dock it was inside one of the 2nd floor ballrooms. We still had Capt Hook and Mr Smee, and of course a couple of pirate skeleton statues. Although the price has gone up since I was last on, the food quality has gone down tremendously. There used to be one or two tables with a large assortment of fresh pastries, brownies, fruit and other dessert items. Now there is a table with prepackaged snacks. The items included brownies (marked "prepared for Walt Disney World" and pretty yucky), cookies (marked "Made in Canada for Walt Disney World"), cotton candy, pretzels (plain and yogurt coated), and the one redeeming feature, silver dollar sized chocolate "coins". In addition, you used to, when boarding, receive a six-inch diameter wrapped fresh Nestle's Toll House cookie to prevent starvation while on the voyage, this is no longer done either. In all, I do not expect to go one one of these again (unless someone else is paying) as the value has dropped significantly.