Sorry mclopezz, you may not be hearing about it on the west coast, but it starts here in Florida next week. The training seminars for the general staff start today.
I volunteer because it's so much fun, what's this pay stuff. Anyway, I really don't want to go into this too far, as the program is likely to be adjusted somewhat. Basically, the way it was originally explained was all on-site guests can go right to the attraction and get in the Express line. Each person will get their own access card. My understanding is those folks will not need to schedule a time at a kiosk. There will be computers at each attraction to track everyone's usage. Any off-site folks must go to a kiosk to schedule a time. Any single day ticket, can book one attraction at a time, The can book a second after the use the first, or after two hours after they previously used the kiosk. Multi-tickets are the same as single days except that they can book three attractions at a time.
Hopefully this answers some questions. This is the way it was explained to me, but it is subject to change. The program kicks off next week. I'm sure that somebody will find something they don't like about it, but Universal Orlando is determined to have the best system in place once it all settles down. You should be able to get more specifics through guest services next week. They are being trained now and nearly 300 people have been assigned to this system.