I dontl't find that reasonable at all. Then again the more I think about it I don't fit into any of the Disney fan groups. IMO there is 3 main Disney fan groups. 1 is the family with young kids. 2nd is the 40 to 60 group that don't do thrill rides and grew up going to Disney yearly as a child. The 3rd is the empty nesters that go just for the festivals and ride the occasional attraction.Yeah, I don't see the decline in quality either. It's more expensive, but it used to be an *amazing* deal, where now it's more in line with what they can get for it. That's corporate America for you. If they were doing anything else, Disney would now be a subsidiary of another corporation doing it instead.
Count me in with the guys that say $100-125 for a day at WDW is very reasonable. There's some heartburn when you're the one paying for that times 5, but still - I can't think of a place that offers the same for less.
For me I am 41 and my child is 1. Right now Disney isn't in my plans til she is 4 or 5 and can enjoy the parks. As most know I love my coasters and thrill rides. Part of which I enjoy Universal more. The other part is the lack of planning involved for Universal. I can show up and buy my express pass and ride what I want whenever I want.