Planning a trip to Disneyland-Anaheim later this week, and I wanted to see if it was OK to take an HT along with me, to keep in touch with others in my party, and also to work the MickeyMouse repeater. So I called Disneyland-Anaheim guest services. Delightful music on hold (Woody Guthrie ... songs from Cinderella ... ) I asked the agent (er, "cast member") for permission to bring my "amateur radio handheld radio" with me on Thursday, "to communicate with others at the park, and use the Mickey Mouse repeater." Totally approved, no problem whatsoever. Now, then, I am sure that there may be some who might have problems getting their amateur equipment onto the premises. But if one asks, gets the name of the person from whom permission was obtained, operates responsibly (that means do not be disruptive to other patrons (which means low volume or the use of an earpiece - IMHO)), then one should have no problems using ham radios at the park. ABC/Disney has a demonstrable history of supporting amateur radio. Clint Bradford K6LCS 909-241-7666 - cell PS There's another thread here from a gentleman who was "turned away" because he had a ham HT. Well, that's not the entire truth ... He admits having a bad attitude before he even got into the car that day, and further admits arguing and copping an attitude with Cast Members. There is NO POLICY PROBLEM with Disney - they clearly allow responsible hams to use their HTs on the premises. The only problem in that gentleman's thread is his own bad attitude - which can only jeopardize future ham ops in the park.