Our first visit to a Disney park was MK in Paris, and we had not really understood that the Shows and atmosphere are such an important part of visiting a Disney Park. We just missed seeing Tarzan (although we did catch it later at DAK in Florida). If you don't see the shows, do some of the walk throughs or stretemosphere things; see a theatre show or two and the parades or fireworks; then you won't get what Disney parks are about. The rides are a small fraction of what is on offer. If you treat Disney like Alton Towers as a list of rides to cross off, you really won't see the best side of it. Just been to WDW and I don't think we went on anything with more than a 20 minute queue by uing Fastpass (did FoP 3x) and leaving rides until quieter periods - doing theatres to deal with the 90 degrees temps etc. Saw Lion King twice, it is still amazing.... Nemo is also a great show, and both are easy to get into. Hollywood Studios has a whole set of fantastic shows. The regulars might see them as a bit long in the tooth, but for us less frequent visitors they are all worth your time.