Aloha Everyone! I last took a visit to the parks in May 2017. Doesn't seem too long ago, except practically everything was closed, the Disneyland Railroad wasn't open yet - and they hadn't even opened GOTG! Still had all of Downtown Disney intact, and Fantasmic wasn't available. There was no Pixar Pier, bug's land was still around, and Tomorrowland Terrace wasn't even a thing. So, now... I just booked a last minute trip. Foolish, I know... considering all the dining I enjoy or wanted to try (Lamplight) is completely booked. I'll be there for just 2 days next month, and have a few questions that hopefully... you Disneyland experts can weigh in on. 1) MaxPass. That's new. Read a ton about it, so I just have one question that remains, and that is: If I scan my ticket, my friend scans his to his app, and my sister scans hers to her app... we all pay for our own MaxPass... can we link all our passes to each phone? So if my sister reserves our FPs for say, Space Mtn... then her phone dies... and then I need to use MaxPass for us three to get on GOTG... can we all (since we paid for MaxPass) just link our passes on any number of phones? So sorry if that's confusing. 2) Ride Order. Normally, all the hype at DL is centered around tackling Peter Pan, and Tommorrowland and a few other e-ticket rides in order. I don't see that has changed much... but DCA has now Pixar Pier attractions, Carsland, and GOTG. In the morning - where am I supposed to head first now? Is wide right even still relevant? Are fastpasses still gone in a blink for RSR? How are FPs for GOTG?' 3) There are snacks upon snacks upon snacks now! I'm pretty much planning to eat my way around. What new dishes/snacks are not worth the hype? *Please don't tell me anything is amazeballs at Lamplight Lounge, cause I seriously am so bummed I can't get a reservation there. 4) Lastly, reserved viewing area for Fantasmic... the on-the-go package area. Where is that? What meal should I get? How early do I need to be there to not be annoyed that I'm behind people anyways? Thank You for being awesome and responding to any (or all) of my questions!