I've just started a long process at home. I'm converting all my family movies from VHS to DVD. I began last night with our 1989 WDW trip (5 tapes total). After watching/dubbing tape 1 that started out with Epcot Center and a brand new one month old Disney/MGM Studios I began to think how simple Disney World used to be. For instance...... We never had to make a reservation for ANY restaurant at Epcot or the Studios. After Illuminations were over at 10:20pm you could still ride the Future World pavillions on the way out to the parking lot or Monorail There was no stupid hat and you could see Grauman's Theater in all it's glory A couple other fun things I saw in the video from last night was the full Horizons ride. The video quality was poor (these tapes are 25 years old and have been through a couple of hurricanes after all) but the sound was pretty decent so I just closed my eyes and listened. There was no stage in front of The Fountain of Nations. There was no Sunset BLVD at the Studios yet. What was there was a stage. It looked weird being there. Have almost a full video of the backstage tour including Residential Street. That was fun to see that again. Also going through NY Street with no one walking around. Back then all that was allowed there was the tram cars. This is where the first two hour video ended. I hope to have time to dub tape 2 tonight but class homework might put a damper on that. I will keep posting fun things in the videos that I find.