Part of the "problem" at tusker house is that we were the last table before moving on to a HUGE group of people who were all at one table and who were really hogging the characters (like jumping the gun on their turn, I get that they had a bunch of kids so it would take longer). @areno79 was I think right after them and experienced it more, but they seemed kind of pressured to move on to that huge group over there (maybe wanting to get it over with or maybe just because what seemed like one grandmother kept shoving her little grandson in front of any character that came within 15 feet). Kiddo is pretty content to give a hug, take a picture and maybe brag about his Parisian autograph book that a friend brought us back from DLP so that got a little bit of extra interaction too... but by far the best interaction was at H&V. Don't try it without the sauce, lol. it just doesn't taste like dessert. Also the kid having to go to the bathroom and letting the ice cream melt did not enhance my enjoyment of it either. I think he was kind of ready to go and hanging on me at that point and we had the dessert party later (at which I ate no dessert, lol). I think even if I had no ribs I'd have been to full at that point since I was just at the point where I COULD eat but not really at the point where I WANTED to eat. Our timing was much better the rest of the trip (sometimes it was spaced a bit too much actually). I completely agree with the 6 hours between ADRs being the sweet spot between breakfast and early dinner... by about 7 hours we were starving, but did not feel like a snack until much before 6 hours and then it was an hour to dinner and I did not want to spoil it. We basically NEVER snacked at all during the day!