Wow, thanks for the info! I'll do my best to work the system right. Perhaps I'll be able to convince my wife to go on Saturday, and skip Friday. We'll see.It is unfortunate that you won't get a night in DL. This means no chance at Fireworks and F! since they are weekend only. That's the way the cookies crumble. Of course you might consider going to Mickey's Halloween Party, if you haven't been it's a lot of fun. If you haven't you may just want a party ticket for your last day, you can use it to get into DL at 4pm, at 7pm the regular guest leave and you can stay until 12pm. The party is a good time to ride rides, while most guests stand around the hub for the parade and fireworks, and trick or treating. Although I would plan to see the wonderful Halloween Scream Fireworks.
While in the past DCA would only be open to 10pm a Friday, as its long hours where 10-10, now that it has 8-11, it may be open until 11pm. While DCA will be very crowded I would go over between 5pm and 7pm with FPs in hand. When it opens which may not be as early as 8am but 9am, be in line for the rope drop, go strait to get a RSR FP, then a WoC FP, come back or stay in DCA to get a ToT and or Soaring FP two hours after the RSR FP. This way at night with the crowds you will have things planned to do, instead of wandering through crowds and finding short lines as most guests do.
Hours for the weekdays.
DL 9am or 10am open and 8pm or 10pm close. Probably 10-8.
DCA 9am or 10am open and 8pm or 10pm close. Probably 10-8.
DL 8am or 9am open with the 7pm close. Probably 8-7.
DCA 8am or 9am open with a 10pm close. Probably 8-10.
These hours area mix of official data and my interpretation. Because of changing crowd patters these estimates could be off by myself and Disney, and will change. In a couple weeks we should see what the official calander has in September after Labor Day week. Park Hours & Calendar | Disneyland Resort