But when your primary argument is that the events are TOO popular, that's kind of funny. If they didn't sell out, you'd probably say they do events no one wants to go to? Clearly, the product they are offering does appeal to many people, hence the sellouts.
You call $600 a good deal, and I won't argue with that -- but, truly, when is the last time you didn't spend ONE MORE DIME in the park? Be honest. And your $600 good deal is like my $75 good deal.
I don't doubt that D23 has a lot of room for improvement. But I've yet to see any of Disney's competitors even TRYING. I probably wouldn't be interested in their offerings if they did (maybe Paramount for its old movies), but you guys are sharply critical of a company's efforts to do something tailor made for you. It's basically biting the hand that feeds you. You'd think there might be a TINY bit of gratitude, of acknowledgment of Disney's efforts, but that seems not to be the case, which is a shame. If D23 WERE to close down, you'd no doubt be here criticizing Disney for THAT move, too. They can't win, I guess.