I know there are some of us who like to plan out every ride and others of us who schedule only FPs and ADRs. I fall on the more-planning side of that spectrum. For those of you who plan a lot of the day, how much free time do you like to leave in your plans? When I put together our plans, I choose the slowest walking speed and build in an extra unplanned hour (sometimes more) to give us some cushion. If necessary, we could also adapt to longer than-expected-waits by skipping a few of our lower priority attractions or ending our park day a little later than planned. This is only our second trip, and I'm starting to wonder if I've built in too much just-in-case time. Maybe we'd make better use of the time if I scheduled in one or two things with medium lines that we'd be more into (as opposed to just spending a few minutes here and there on rides with short lines that we happen to be near)? How much time do you truly need as a cushion? Do you also leave some chunks of time unplanned and decide how to use them in the moment, or do you like to plan everything out?