A similar thread was on the WDW board, but that board is not nearly as frequently visited as this board. Is MDE and fast pass plus going to inevitably lead to two classes of tickets? A normal ticket that gives you 3-4 e-fast passes and a "premium" ticket that offers unlimited fast passes. Some have guessed that perhaps Disney will allow guests to purchase extra fast passes on an individual basis, but I think this would be hard to manage logistically. Whereas a premium ticket would be easier to manage, simply sell x percentage of estimated total attendance. I gotta assume that Disney is pretty darn good at estimated park attendance by now. Obviously the premium ticket would have static pricing and be pricier on busier days that would offer the most value. Six Flags does it, USH does it, even the two local amusement parks in the SF area do it. Ive always admired the fact that Disney hasn't done it...yet. I like the level playing, the idea that everyone is equal once they enter the park. Yes, some people are able to enjoy the more expensive dining options or buy more souvenirs that others can't, but these factors aren't as big of a deal to most people as line times are...especially on busy days.
That said, I can envision myself springing for the unlimited fast passes once my boys are old enough to take advantage of it if we were there during high season. But, I would rather Disney didn't do it... But they inevitable will... because people like me would buy them :-/ Yes, I realize I'm part of the problem.
Funny thing, when I did a search on micechat for fast pass+, a thread started back in 2010 popped up about a rumor that Disney was going to sell "unlimited fast pass" tickets at a $150 premium. Now, I doubt it will be that expensive, but MDE certainly seems like the first step in that direction.