While the details of this article center on Disneyland, the identification of the Guest Assistance Card usage as a problem for NextGen is certainly relevant to Disney World. I understand Disney wanting to curb the abuse of the GAC card, but again, this is something (in conjunction with limiting Fastpass usage) that is really going to affect a lot of people. If people are abusing the GAC rules, than I have no sympathy, but I know several people that utilize the GAC for legitimate reasons. Speaking on behalf of myself, we get a GAC for my autistic brother, and we get it for him and 5 additional guests. When I'm traveling with my family we travel 8 or 9 deep so the GAC does not accommodate everyone. We have been told that we can accompany the GAC with Fastpasses for the other family members and we have never had a problem doing this. However, we have yet to attempt this now that the end times are being reinforced. Previously, we would take the passes of everyone in the family, and get the necessary fastpasses we needed for the day to accompany the GAC, we would typically have Fastpasses for everything we needed (with the exception of the MK where there were more Fastpass attractions than elsewhere) before stepping foot in any line. As an example we would do the following: 8 ticketed guests and 1 infant would arrive at the Magic Kingdom between 10-11 AM 1 person would head to Fantasyland and get 2 Fastpasses for Peter Pan's Flight, and 2 Fastpasses for Winnie the Pooh 1 person would head to Adventureland and get 2 Fastpases for Jungle Cruise, and then over to Frontierland to get 1 Fastpass for Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and 1 Fastpass for Splash Mountain. Our day would begin at Jungle Cruise where 9 of us get on a boat using the 2 Fastpasses and the GAC(for 6 people). The infant didn't require a Fastpass After Pirates of the Caribbean, one adult would sit off Splash Mountain and Thunder Mountain with the Infant as 7 of us would ride using the 1 Fastpass, and GAC (for 6) After Haunted Mansion, we would would hit up the Fantasyland attractions in the same manner we did for Jungle Cruise. During a break in riding rides someone would probably head over to Tomorrowland grab Fastpasses for Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin My suggestion for the Guest Assistance Card would be to limit the number of people that can use it. This can be done by Doctor's Note (perhaps not legal)? Or having stricter policies on distribution. Here is the text of the article that's relevant to this discussion. Most of this is regarding Radiator Springs Racers, and the "solution" is similar to what's done over in Universal Studios.