Currently, you are only able to get FP+ in one park. Three FP, one park...anyone else missing the "plus" part besides me...?Just got back from WDW. Our experiences with Fastpass Plus were mixed. It was great when we could alter our plans for the next day by simply using My Disney Experience and modify our FP+ reservations. Due to flight delays we weren't in our hotel room bed until 3 am and decided to bump our reservations back to the afternoon of the next day so we could sleep in. That was slick!! The magic bands and everything attached to that was also slick and convenient. So much easier than handling cash and the vending carts took those as well so we could just let our 12 year old go and get a pop or something without giving cash. The one issue I had with fp+ is that it seemed limited in it's flexibility. It could be that I just wasn't using it correctly being our first time but here was my problem. We were at AK, where I had 3 reservations for the afternoon. As the day progressed we realized we might like to go over to MK afterwards so I ASSUMED we could get an additional fp+ for that park since it was a different location. NOT SO. Also as I was typing this request in - it doesn't send you any warnings that you are effectively deleting whatever fp+ you already have made - even if you are working with a different park. So once I had made that blunder I then tried to fix it all. We got by as the standby times in AK were manageable. One additional issue I had was, once I knew I had stuck myself with MK fastpasses for that same day, I attempted to give up 1 of my fastpasses for one attraction in MK for 1 in AK. The app didn't appear to allow me to jump back and forth between parks so I kept it all as I had it. Maybe I am just technologically impaired (I am) but just be aware of those things.