I booked a bounce back offer for 6 nights at Coronado Springs in mid-May. I am now seeing the "Family Sun and Fun" deal going on and was immediately drawn to the cabins at Fort Wilderness. We will have a group of 4 adults, so the extra space is very appealing. Here is my dilemma. Booking the cabin would add about $500 to my budget. We really just can't afford THAT much extra, but if we could save $200-$250 else where, it would be do-able for us. I see that the cabins have a microwave, full size fridge and 2 burner cook top, which makes me think maybe I could cook a couple dinners in the cabin to save on food costs. We are planning to rope drop every day and then take a 2-3 hour break in the afternoons before heading back to the park. Is it crazy to think I could cook a dinner in that span of time? I'm wondering if the extra space and other amenities are worth the trouble. On the other hand, I've never stayed at either resort and would be a hundred times more excited about staying in the cabins (I just like the theme and atmosphere more than CS). What would you do?