We're different in that regard, since we wouldn't wait 80 minutes for any ride and certainly wouldn't feel relaxed about it. We want to get on a few rides each day we're in the parks, but it's more important to get one or two headliners without wasting time standing in lines. I agree that reduced park capacity with little or no waits would be better than any other system, but it won't last post-COVID. I think the fallacy with most people is they think what works for them works for everyone, but people are different.I agree and this is what I posted in the other thread:
"It's interesting, I used to pray at the church of Fast Pass+ because I liked not having to stand in line and am a planner by nature, however after having been at WDW 3 times in the past 10 months (July, Oct/Nov, and last week), I have to say I'm not missing it. My wife and I are commenting that our trips are much more relaxed and we feel we can go at a pace we want. There have not been any rides that we wanted to do that we didn't get on, and yes we had to wait 80 minutes in line for Slinky, but it was actually nice spending that time with my family talking about things and people watching. It really won't bother me if FP+ doesn't come back."