I'm traveling with an extended family group. We'll be 7 in all, ranging from Grandparents to a toddler. The tentative plan is to send my teenage daughter (who does poorly in lines) through the no-bag line, along with whomever else qualifies. They can go pick up a mobile order at the starbucks and meet us on the esplanade. My fee for getting your bags inspected is charged in americanos. So who qualifies? (I've included my best guess, to keep me honest when I score myself) Stroller-pusher - stroller has a basket, but it would be empty. So would the stroller, by my guess. (Bag-line) Grandpa - carries a credit-card sized zipper wallet and a cell phone in his pockets. Probably carrying a bottle of water. (no bags!) Grandma - has a zipper case for her cell phone. It fits fully in her pocket, but is probably 3"x5". (I think that counts as a bag, and they're going to be cranky at the metal detector). Teenager #1 - cell phone and wallet (credit card sized) in her pockets, plus some non-feromagenetic misc that she's hoping not to have to empty out of her cargo pockets in front of a crowd. (No bags!) Teenager #2 - will drop her bag with the bags-line people, carry her cell phone and head phones in her hand/on her head. (No bags!) Responsible adult - snap-closed neck pouch (credit card sized) that isn't ferromagnetic, and cell phone. Has a knee brace, which is bulky but not magnetic (No bags!) Pack Mule - carries toddler in a soft-sided kid carrier that has no pockets. Cargo pockets with misc kid-snacks. Nothing that would set off the metal detectors except a cell phone and the kid poking the frame as you go through. The toddler is probably clinging to a stuffed animal (or has shoved it in beside himself) and is alternately gesticulating with a water cup and turning it upside down to see how much water comes out. (I'm guessing no bags, but toddler on your back is probably the hardest to hand off.) So, how'd I score?