Apologies for replying to an old post, but I must respectfully disagree wit this. It is entirely the passholders responsibility to have consideration for other people and not even make a request that they know is unfair to other guests in the park. Its called having a basic level of respect for other people. There is most certainly a way to use the benefits of fast pass/ VIP / Qbot without being a complete kn*b in the process. Having asked about the waiting list for VIP previously, only to be told that the waiting list is full (however illogical that may be), and questioned the illogical stance of denying me the opportunity to even join a waiting list to spend thousands of pounds with Merlin, I am again wondering if this is the sort of group I wish to be tarred with the same brush as anyway. This weekend I spent two days at Legoland with the family - one as a standard pass holder, no fastpass or qbot etc. and the second day we purchased Qbot ultimates for thr 4 of us. Basically VIP level fastpass for the day. I experienced both ends of the scale, and never has "with great power comes great responsibility" been more apt. As the Qbot cut down wait times by 95% we basically had instant access to fastpass queues. My 4 year old daugher wanted to go on the balloon ride, Ariel Nomad I think its called, and we duly pressed the button and by the time we had walked a minute to the ride, it buzzed and told us we could ride. We got straight on. Having been in the normal queues the day before I know seeing people short cut the wait is annoying, but its their perogative if they want to pay to do it. Today I was on the other side of the fence, so when my daugher asked if we could go on again, I said yes, but later. Even though we could have pressed the button and gone straight back to the qbot queue, it would have just been taking the p*ss in front of the other users. The minimum I was going to make my daughter wait before going on again was an hour, well past the 30 min queue time. I would then not be inadvertantly rubbing anyones nose in it that had already possibly seen us ride earlier. Trying to blame a ride host for honouring what was an arrogant and rude request in the first place, really is clutching at straws to justify a p*ss poor attitude.