I'm in the beginning stages of possibly booking a 4-night trip in June 2018. Trip would probably be solo (though slight possibility could have my sister and her bf tag along). I looked at restaurants and these were the ones I'd be most interested in: Chez Remy, Walt's, Captain Jack, Buffalo Bill show, Cafe Mickey, California Grill, Yacht Club, Agrabah Cafe (though I know it may close a lot), and Inventions. I looked at the various counter service menus and very little interests me. I totaled up the cost of what I would possibly order if I was there right now and it came to $636 USD. The premium full board meal plan is $532 USD and would include breakfast, a drink, and additional courses besides what I would order if paying OOP. So, I guess it makes sense to get it? Some questions: Is it too much to do 2 table service restaurants per day? I think I would probably try for an in-park lunch and resort/Disney village dinner for after the parks close. When you get the premium plan, do you have to get one of the set meals, or can you pick any starter/entree/dessert? The website says the voucher has a monetary value, is there a set max amount you can order at a restaurant, so if you get the most expensive options you may have to pay OOP, or does that just mean if you order anything extra beyond the voucher (alcoholic drink for instance) you have to pay for it? Does the voucher have a name on it? For instance, if my sister and her bf come and get their own room, and only one room gets the meal plan, can we all share the vouchers from that one room? What breakfast options are available besides the hotel buffet? If I didn't do the meal plan I would just get a pastry or two from a bakery before hitting the parks in the morning. I suppose I can just grab a pastry from the breakfast buffet before heading out though. If I get the meal plan, will I feel like I am locked into going to all of the restaurants and can't be flexible? I got the hang of things at WDW with ADRs and FP+, so am not opposed to a more planned schedule, but we didn't have the dining plan so weren't stressed about using our credits and could do things like add a new ADR the night before or cancel one when we decided not to bother with it. Do I need to call in at 60 days in order to get those ADRs (thinking mostly Chez Remy as that is a must-do)? I wish we could do them online so I wouldn't have to spend the money for international call! Will they let you make a reservation at a restaurant which could be closed without notice? Do you give a credit card they can hold onto for the ADR? Do you absolutely have to add the meal plan when you book? Can you add or remove it later, or would that cause the booking to get cancelled? I want to take advantage of the buy 2-get 2 nights free deal that needs to happen by Feb. Is there anything else I'm not considering?