And on a side note, since living here in Florida, I have been to the Universal Parks once. Only because of money. We went shortly after we moved here and that was because of Harry Potter. That themed area didn't impress me all that much, and this is coming from a HUGE Potter fan. But both parks did not impress me at all. Primarily because I am a true Disney fan at heart. I do want to go back to see Potter, but its not of high priority to me right now because I was not all impressed. I am going to semi-contradict myself here, but it looks amazing and then it doesn't. You see it for the first time and it's like Jeff Goldblume's line from the 2nd Jurassic Park. "Yeah, yeah that's how it starts. It's all 'Oooh and Ahhh', then the screaming starts." When I first saw it, I was all oooh and ahhh at the entrance, because it was like being inside the books. And I got to explore some of it, but not thoroughly because of the crowds. It hadn't been a year yet since opening. But from what I saw of it as I walked around, it looked cramped. It looked small. Most of all, it looked rushed. Like they did not take the time to heavily consider space and crowds. You actually have to wait in line to go in a few of the stores because they reach small capacity way too easily. Sure, stores in Disney parks get crowded on busy days. But at least you can walk in them without having to wait in a line!!! You can't do that in Harry Potter. And it's ridiculous and I hope they consider that when making it for Universal Hollywood. Like with Disney and Magic Kingdom, they have a second chance. To learn from previous mistakes and that is a big one & a "small one" at the same time.