>>I would get online and check everything out to make sure they have everything but I am just over paranoid.<<
That’s not being paranoid, that’s being smart. Having verification for Disney when you show up “at the front door” never hurts.
A funny (now) story… bunch of years ago, on Easter Sunday we were staying at the Beach Club and had a dining reservation for 2:30pm @ Cape May. We came back from MGM around 130pm and noticed that Cape May was totally empty. By now, I figured they’d be at least setting tables, etc. A CM was at the Cape May podium, so I stopped to ask when dining started. He told me 530, like always. I told him I had a reservation for 230. He basically laughed and said it was impossible. So I pulled out my sheet with ALL my dining reservation numbers and politely asked him to check their system. He suddenly had this look of panic on his face. He confirmed that I did indeed (not to mention how many others) had 230 reservations. Without that hard copy, I’d have been stuck. I was asked to come back at 530, even though they were fully booked, we’d be seated. Ended up coming back at 530, he wasn’t there and we were told to get lost. Again, showed a new CM the sheet with the number and he too was a bit panicky. Lucky for us, the original CM who happened to be the Cape May manager happened along. We not only got the seat, but the entire meal on the house…Moral of the story… print the hard copy!!!