Bless you, going in July! Please please please bring sunscreen and slather yourself with it. I see so many people (and little kids) looking like boiled lobsters at Disney. Hats and sunglasses too. For everyone. that all said, mainly becuase it's a huge pet peeve of mine, to see baked babies. (I'm super fair and know sunburns). Anyway, onto the fun stuff. Yes, All Stars has mini fridges and nukers. I stay there and Pop because we are cheap, heck when we stay at Motel 6 sometimes. But, like I said, we cheap. Good thing about staying on property is no parking fee for the car. If you stay off property you're going to have to pay the $20+ parking each day. You'll have to price it all out. BTW, the food at Pop and All Stars isn't bad. Not Victoria and Albert, but decent. And easy. Epcot is still better (assuming you have park hopper and want to go back to Epcot for munchies) Its not too late for magic bands. If anything, if you stay on property they'll be waiting for you at check in. Make sure you put names in them too, I lost one and got it back because, yes Mr. Kind CM, it's the pink one with Patricia imprinted on it. If you're not staying on property, you won't get them unless you buy them separately either in park or at Springs. I personally refuse to pay for a magic band since I have from my AP. Decide what's important at each park. Get those fast passes as son as you can (like right after you book on property or exactly 30 days out). I'm not one for war planning my trips to WDW since I go frequently, you may want to have a better plan than just showing up. So, July. I keep mentioning on property. It's gonna be hot. See the above notes about sunscreen. You have a munchkin. Staying on property means you can avoid the nasty heat of midday and the crowds of folks who can't leave, rest and come back later.