3. They still give you the hour time to head over to the ride.[/QUOTE]
I’m not saying this to any person posting here, but, BIG DEAL!:mad:
Anyone who’s been to WDW more than once, knows that once your fast pass becomes active, it is actually good for the rest of the day until closing. The reason is that once you’ve gotten your pass, you’re going to go to other attractions, shop, or dine in order to kill your wait time. And often, you will find yourself queued for another attraction, in a rest room, eating, in the middle of a show or ride, or simply on the other side of the park and can’t make it back within that small one hour block. That and the fast passes are actually limited to a specific number of riders in a day, regardless of your actual ride time. This is why FPs become “sold out” for rides like Toy Story, Space Mountain, Test Track, etc.
The more I look at this, the more I see a “solution” that causes more problems than it solves.