Some of the recent room renovations have featured hard surface flooring, plastic floors that look like wood. I just got back from a stay at CSR and the flooring in particular rubbed me the wrong way. One issue I had in particular was that I got thinking about a friend of mine who uses a prosthetic leg. On one of his prosthetics he has a series of rubber nubs(?) on the base of the 'foot' which seem like they would grip the plastic flooring well enough when dry but because they have much less surface area than an actual foot might be more inclined to slip when wet vs. a flesh foot. His other leg has a foot that is hard molded plastic that's intended to dress easily in regular clothes, so I assume it would slide easily on such a smooth floor. So I've been talking with this particular friend about it a bit today and he's not a Disney fan exactly and doesn't have 1st hand experience of the resorts from this past decade or so, but he said that hard surface floors like tile and even wood flooring can be a real problem. Even his utilitarian leg is more prone to slipping on the tile at his gym than a regular foot would be, despite being made of material designed to grip when wet. It's one of those things he just has to deal with. For a bathroom, or kitchen, locker room, or laundry having a sealed hard surface is a necessity. But the new rooms at CSR and Pop Century and probably others coming, have put this kind of flooring throughout the room, and I'm concerned. Anyone else thinking about this? Anyone have first hand experience with the new flooring and a medical or mobility device?