I almost put this in another thread but then realized it was probably a bit off topic, so let's start this one on it's own How bad would rotating schedules in the parks be? I think it would be not so bad, it would take planning on the part of the visitor but most people do some planning anyway. It would be bad in the crowded times, but during peak the closed days could be abandoned to a normal daily operational schedule. I don't think MK should be included in the closed one day a week schedule, can't put my finger on why, but it would not set right with me for some reason. Otherwise I think if it saved money and allowed the parks to run a longer day at the open parks I think a closure one day a week could be an okay thing. Maybe this way the parks would be fully open when they are open instead of having some parts closed at some times. I would rather give up a day than visit a park with closed shows and closed rides. What do you think? Would it even save money, or is it just giving in to further decreases and cut backs in services.