@Teleclashter I have to respectfully disagree with Craig's assertion on the show this week that true fans can't just wing it on a Disney World visit. We do it every time and we have for years, including when our daughter was younger. We're doing it again at the end of this month. Typically, we make no ADRs at all and no, or very few, FPs in advance. We can't possibly know which park we will go to each day weeks or months in advance. Oh, and by the way, we often don't even plan our visits more than 8 weeks in advance. We stay offsite so we aren't concerned about getting a particular room at a Disney hotel. About the only FPs we might make in advance are if there is a new hot attraction that we want to do. The last time we did an advanced FP was for FOP when we came down for the DIS 20th party. We are arriving on 10/29 for a 2-week stay and as of right now, we have a total of 2 FPs booked on one day. That's it. We rarely do table service restaurants onsite so ADRs are rare for us. I think the last time we made one was several years ago when we were able to have dinner at BOG. For our upcoming trip, my wife and I actually made 2 ADRs which is super odd for us. We're going to Hoop De Doo and having dinner at Tiffins one night. We're kind of celebrating that we'll be there just the two of us for the first week so wanted to do something special. DW has never seen HDD and I haven't seen it for about 30 years. The rest of the trip we will wing it. Each night when we decide what park we're going to the following day, we will grab a few FPs. Onsite meals will all be counter service so no ADRs needed. We will just enjoy being there and getting to do whatever we get to do. Planning out every minute of every day might be fun for some people but not for us. We want vacation to be relaxing and taken at whatever pace we feel like going at that day, not an experience planned months in advance with military precision.