Hi everyone, Now that we've booked our flights, hotel, and tickets, it's time to actually make a game plan for our Disneyland trip in May! I'm used to WDW planning and have never been to DLR so I would love a little feedback on my rough gameplan. My DH and I will be there Fri-Sun May 10th-12th with 3 day Park Hoppers and will purchase MaxPass once we are in the parks. Here's what I've got so far: Friday: 1) Rope-drop Disneyland 2) All day at Disneyland 3) Fantasmic! with Blue Bayou dining package Saturday: 1) Rope-drop Disneyland EMM 2) Hop to DCA before they open (this is the one morning where DCA is not opening early) 3) RSR with FPs or standby depending on the wait 4) DCA for rest of the day 5) Sh-Boom moment in DCA 6) Hopefully, see WoC if it's running? If not, play it by ear in evening. Perhaps go to Trader Sam's? Sunday: 1) Rope-drop DCA 2) Wrap up must-sees in DCA 3) Hop to Disneyland for more rides, ambiance, fireworks, parade, etc. Specific questions: - I know our first two nights are Grad Nites, and that the structure of those events has changed recently. Does that substantially affect which days/evenings we should spend at which parks? - Is it advisable to start pulling FPs for rides as soon as you can? At WDW I try to do FPs later in the morning so I can focus on riding standby rides while the waits are very short, but I don't think MaxPass works the same way. - Is it worth it to RD DCA on a morning with early entry for hotel guests? - What is your best strategy for getting to ride RSR without a long wait? - What attractions should we focus on first in Disneyland during the early mornings? I am thinking Fantasyland (but not PP - Alice and Snow White have special places in my heart) the first day and Tomorrowland the second day. - What is your favorite drink at Trader Sam's? Bonus points if it's not super-fruity and sweet Thank you to anyone who read all this and can offer some advice!