___________________________________________ Regardless of the OP and their approach here the thing is people insist just up and does insist that a latch is the solution to the problem. The truth is it's a possible but limited solution. When traveling not everyone stays and leaves the room at the same time. Just on our most recent trip my husband left the room multiple times without me (to get the packed food for Irma from the Resort and because October 2016 hurricane was a mad house I had no idea how long he would be), to take video of Irma damage, to getting into the car for a forgotten item, etc). I also was dropped off at the curb several times while he parked the car so here I am up in the room while he is not. Granted being dropped off at the curb occurred late into the evening but it's just as easy to envision this occuring in the middle of the day. None of those times would I have latched the door..that would have meant even with my husband using his MB (which he did to get back into the room) he wouldn't have been able to get into the room. When I get back to my hotel room it's common for me to use the bathroom thus I would have been unable to have him knock and me move the latch to let him in. Some people are napping and some are in the shower. This also means it could have been the moment when Disney comes by requesting to come in. Obviously this comes down to perfect timing but just understand when you say "just use the latch...duh" you're sorta missing the times when it doesn't work out.