Exactly... for those that enjoy waiting in lines there is always the standby line. (Though I still can't figure out why one would enjoy that... to each his/her own). For rides like Indy, there usually isn't a line beyond 20-30 minutes, so there isn't really much of a "time savings" with the pass. It makes sense to get rid of the Indy fastpass except on crowded days.Originally Posted by Mouse princess
I'm getting annoyed with the argument "if everyone had/used a fastpass, the system would collapse!". First, the machines give a limited amount of fastpasses based on ride capacity. Second, why would Disney implement a system that, if used correctly by all guests, would inherently collapse?