I've been wondering lately if Disney is thinking that they will partially solve the parks overcrowding issue by building more and more DVC units. This "captive audience" historically spends less time in the parks (as the novelty and excitement of being at WDW wears off), while still remaining on property. Granted, DVC members spend less on food, park tickets, and souvenirs than once-in-a-lifetime visitors typically do, but something is not nothing. The high volume of DVC members spending something, but not clogging up the parks + random visitors spending a lot while heavily using the parks seems to me to = a winning strategy. Thoughts??