I paid my way on Thursday and got in for free on Sunday.
I wasn't quite sure what to expect, but by the end of Thursday, I really had a blast attending it, so I voted outstanding. And that was even after standing in seven lines all day, LOL! I've been to Comic-Con for just a day each of the past couple of years, just roaming through the exhibit hall because I didn't wanna standing in long lines. Here, I felt I got to see and enjoy a lot despite the long lines on Thursday. I also went in with a lot of patience, knowing this was surely a mystery in terms of whether Disney will really be able to pull this off or not. And I think they did, for the most part, for their freshman year. And I'm sure they'll be emailing all of us who went to collect our feedback and try and make the next one better.
I had a wedding to go to this past weekend, so the earliest I could get back there was midday on Sunday. The only thing on the program I had to see was the Toy Story presentation at the end of the day, so my afternoon was spent doing more roaming around without waiting in any lines, thank you very much! And the best thing was making it up to the third floor which I didn't do at all on Thursday. Discovered all of the displays upstairs (Tron Legacy, Sorcerer's Apprentice, Christmas Carol, etc.) as well as the 3D home theatre try out (which was okay). But to realize there was still more to see that I'd missed on my first visit was fun!
I loved it! But I think I'm probably easier to please than other Disney fans.