I had met a woman during my trip while at GF, we ran into each other every morning while getting coffee. Her and her husband ended up taking a tour at Poly and purchased DVC. She raved to me about the specials they were offering and said I should look into it. I have always felt that any timeshare was not a good fit for me, but in a temporary moment of weakness I stopped at the DVC desk. After a lengthy conversation and almost signing up for a tour, I decided to pass on it. Even with the promise of 3 fast passes and $50, just didn't think it was worth my time. Now, almost 2 weeks later I get a phone call and email from a DVC sales rep. He broke it down by how many points I would need to do what I've done the past 2 trips, how I would have paid for a good portion of my contract by now, and showed me how I would break even in less than 5 and half years. To sweeten the deal he also informed me that right now I would get 10 extra points per year for free, for the length of contract, and that I would get all points for 2016 with maintenance fees waived.This would give me 350 points going into 2017. Here's my big hesitation. I just do not feel that an 11 month reservation time frame works for me. Right now I have a cruise booked for June '17, and another for November '17, so yes, sometimes I do plan early, but it isn't the norm. In fact, it's the first time I've had trips scheduled this far in advance. Also, we won't be doing a WDW family vacay in 2017...maybe 1 or 2 nights pre cruise next November, and I will probably go for a few nights during F&W. I will not be able to book my 'adult weekend' more than 60 days in advance..at most. I hate that I am even semi considering this...I don't see us as WDW annual travelers in the long run, and when I expressed this to DVC guy he informed me that there are 4000 non-Disney destinations that I can use my points for. Has anyone here purchased and then stopped visiting WDW a few years after, at least for a week or more trip? On one hand it's like "ok I know I will take 6 trips, so there's my money back, and can always rent points", but on the other I feel how I always have...that it's just too much of a commitment for me when I know that I like to experience different destinations. Any of you been in this spot before?