I assumed this G would be better than the meh 70-300 that nikon has but that was the first one I compared it to and thought $1200 is way too much. But since it is in line with canon it makes sense for that pricing.
But I agree with your thoughts 100%.
I've parked at Boardwalk several times as a local and I can assure you they give about 20 spots to non-valet non-resort guests to park at. Most resorts are set up this way and other than christmas time I never really see lots get full.
50mm on a canon crop is 80mm which is only good dark ride wise for Pirates, most other stuff it's too tight
I shoot 35mm on full frame for dark rides and rarely go 85mm but some rides do need longer lengths. But the focusing of the nifty fifty lenses is not very good.
I get that is the term they use because it's synonymous with what they use in the parks, but I'm saying I've never really seen them respond to negative stuff and I didn't mean to imply that his tweet was negative. I just don't think it's fair to say it's "marketing drivel" when I have multiple...
It depends on how the question was phrased. I've noticed they arent really a guest relations type of account where they won't answer critiques or bad tweets but I've asked them about other helpings and they've been really good about getting back to me with an answer.
I'd avoid driving to MGM if possible. Even if you can get to the back entrance, you are forced to leave through the main exit and it is awful near park close and for a solid 45 minutes after.
I would boat if you can since buses use the same exit. Although getting back into Epcot to take that...
If you don't have free parking you can always do the MK trick where you 'go to a resort' but use the u-turn by the Speedway/Hess then use the resort monorail at TTC to go to GF.
All resorts are iffy when they move to that procedure. Did a christmas decor resort tour last year. Parked at GF no...