The point of the argument still relies on compliance with the law. Disney believe it isn’t violating any law; however, this will be harder to prove if they are actually violating law by not complying with ADA with regard to disabled guests.Here is the issue with that argument, especially considering there is a current lawsuit regarding persons with autism. The lawsuit claims that Disney (specifically in WDW not related to DLR) with the updated DAS program makes guests "wait too long" because they are issued a return time. Well how long is "too long". It appears that anything short of immediate is too long. Well if you have everyone who use the DAS program get immediate access the rest of the guests suffer. And then you have the problem of how to distribute DAS if everyone claims to be "on the spectrum". Disney can't prevent someone from having a meltdown because they have wait. What about all those other guests who might not be on the spectrum who have a meltdown because they have to wait? Should they have been given a DAS card too to prevent the meltdown? Its a slippery slope and the reason Disney changed the DAS program, too much potential for abuse as no one wants to wait in line.