Our one and only experience with Disney with our daughter was on her Dream Factory trip last year. We had a GAC and the magic GKTW button, so it wasn't something we had to think about. We never thought we'd get to go back, but we will be in Florida for a family reunion and my husband's uncle has offered to pay for tickets for us to have another day at MK . E will be in her wheelchair, but she also has autonomic neuropathy which causes problems with the heat/sun and a medication that requires she limit her sun exposure. We do big hats, heavy duty sunscreen, cooling vest and ice cold pedialyte through her feeding tube. We ducked into a/c when we needed too and she handled things well. We had virtually no wait time on her wish trip. So my question is, since she'll be in a wheelchair, should we bother with the GAC? I mean for the heat/sun issues like for the few rides that don't have shade? Dumbo was a fave and strangely was one of the few rides we had to wait for. The CM didn't seem to recognize we were there on a wish trip or something. ETA: oh and if you don't think the GAC will be of much more use since she's in a chair, will we have any trouble with my other daughter and dh remaining with us in the rides that have separate access lines for wheelchairs?