Sorry, I know it's not for everyone. I just know how much work you put into it and it'll be unfortunate if you get there and realize it really wasn't worth it. Basically I'm emotionally invested in your trip at this point haha. Honestly though, it sounds like your new plan will be a much better time anyway. Vacations are for relaxing, after all, so putting in plenty of times for breaks sounds like a good idea.I've put a lot of work on this trip so we can have the best time as a family, and it all came down to 3 FPs to the rides we wanted to ensure the shortest lines possible, and not the FPS everyone wants. I had a total of 11 ADRs and ended up keeping 3 for unique experiences that we can't have anywhere else (BOG, CRT, and Tusker House), and I added tons of breaks to chill so we can go to lounges, ice cream shops and galleries. In by 9 am and out by 5 pm every day. Also, the schedule is now 3 park days and 2 hotel days even though I had bought park hopper/multiple days tickets.
It is not sad, it is just a reality that WDW is not for everyone and the definition of happiness varies. When I joined this forum back in March I thought I was going to do EVERYTHING, now that I'm close to the trip, scaling down is what it will work for us. My kids still don't care about MK and Disney movies, even when I hype them up. They are looking forward to the Epcot pavilions and the animals at Animal Kingdom.
Anyway, I hope you have a good trip, and if you don't I hope you're able to make it to Hershey's park and buy all the chocolate you can eat to make up for it!