If the rumors are true about the room only discounts coming for January and February, then I'll be switching from free dining to the room discount, and saving at least another $300. So I had been on free dining, with the upgrade to DxDP. As I've said before, with 2012 pricing, I wasn't sure whether I'd be willing to pay full price for the DxDP. So now I had to make the decision, and do the math. Some background... We are staying 6 nights at the Poly. DS7 and DD5 are not big eaters. They can be picky and usually prefer the stereotypical kids fare. (though my DD loves loves loves vegetables). DW has dramatically changed her dietary habits, and now eats very lightly. At most, she will have 1-2 desserts the entire trip. Many of her meals will be just an appetizer salad. (I suspect her entire meal at Chefs De France will be under $10. Her entire meal at California Grill will be under $25). I eat fairly moderately. I order mid-priced entrees, I'll usually get an appetizer, and I'll occasionally get dessert, but certainly not every meal. Out of 18 credits, for the adults, we have 17 credits committed to TS ADRs. For the kids, we have 15 credits expended at TS ADR. (They are doing a kids club 1 night instead of a signature meal). I suspect we will use all the left over credits for sharing some CS breakfasts. Our ADR list: Les Cellier lunch Crystal Palace lunch California Grill dinner Chefs De France lunch Narcoose's dinner Prime Time Cafe lunch Artist's Point dinner Yak & Yeti lunch Spirit of Aloha dinner Tony's Town Square lunch Cinderella's Table, dinner Ohana breakfast So I did the spreadsheet..... My conclusions: Even just using 15 out of 18 credits, the kids saved more than I would have expected. Assuming $25 in snacks/breakfasts, the savings came out to about $67 per kid (plus or minus $10), for a percentage savings of 32%. For DW-- Several of the meals obviously have fixed prices. She would order a couple of expensive entrees, such as the lobster at Narcoose's, but some of her meals will be ridiculously cheap. So she ended up losing $67 on the plan (the exact mirror image of each kid). Give or take $20 or so. For my eating habits, I calculated a savings of about $62, give or take $20. Or a percentage of 11% savings on the DxDP. In total, it still looks like the DxDP will save us $100-$150 or so.... Somewhere between 7% and 12% savings in total. So I'm not quite decided yet, but I think I'm leaning towards keeping the plan with those savings. But it's awfully close.