Disney will eliminate the So Cal AP pass and SO Cal Select Pass programs all together. Offer 2 passholder programs: the Deluxe and the Premium and that is it. Also if a Deluxe passholder wants to gain admission on a black-out day - charge them the full purchase of a one day ticket not $40 which is about 60% of cost of a one day ticket.
Back in the 1980s and 1990s..there were only 2 passholder programs available plus a Senior Passholder that allows those 60 and up admission to the park from September through June. I think this is what Disney is moving toward. I would not be suprised if the So Cal programs are gone in 2010.
In 2010 and 2011, DCA will be refurbished and updated. Disney will want to maximize DCA attendance. Disney corporate will want the passholder attendance problem solved. The So Cal program fills the park with guests yes...but Disney wants to increase tourist attendance.
I would not be surprised if Disney eliminated the Magic Morning with the 3-day Pass Hopper tickets. Disney used to only have Magic Morning only through the Walt Disney Travel Company. I think Disney will offer Magic Morning only through its own travel company. Disney is going to move back to offering Magic Morning to tourists who book a Disney travel package at Disney-owned hotel or a non-Disney hotel. I think these changes will happen eventually.
I received this information from 2 DL cast members who work for the Walt DIsney Travel Co and for DL.