Just came back from my Atlanta con vending/Orlando vacation trip, and not only did I gain some new pins on this trip, I also got a new boyfriend ^^ I did Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party the day I arrived, but could not get the Hades pin I been wanting since I couldn't find any Annual Passholders around who could get it for me so these are the pins I ended up getting. I did dress as Nick Wilde for the event and the Nick Wilde from the parade danced a bit with me and kept poking my chest (I think he was trying to convey to me that I was copying his style) so that was pretty fun. The next two days I did Epcot Food and Wine (where I got a lot of Figment stuff) and Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights, which was great, for $60 I was able to get in 18 rides and 7 of the 9 haunted houses plus 1 show. I also noticed a lot of the Universal Studio pins say "Pin Trading" on the card but didn't see any similar trading going on, anyone knows if it exists? I also noticed waving my D23 Gold Membership card really did not get me any special discounts like the Annual Pass and DVC folks, basically the only thing I could get with my card was the Mickey Medal. I got these from the Disney Character Warehouse at the Outlet. There was a lot of Star Wars Cruise items on sale including pins and this awesome tote back, originally $60, I got it for $15. The Rogue One Death Star jumbo pin which was originally $85, I got it for $15, so that was a big percentage off. I also love the Lion King Recollections pin, which I got 4 of since I bet they will make for great traders. And at the pin store I got two boxes of the Disney Films mystery box. Also below are all the pins I got pin trading with cast members. I finally completed a hidden Mickey set just by cast member trading, the WDW ride series. Overall the WDW trip was a nice break after my long weekend vending at Anime Weekend Atlanta and after a week of moving to a new place, and solo I was able to do a lot more than I did my previous trip, though still didn't capture the magic of my first trip to WDW last year. Though this year I was very excited to trade with other collectors in person and brought my pin book of pins I collected over the year and got at D23, but there was no pin traders out really during the days I went. There was one lady who I kept seeing first in line for all the scheduled pin trading times (even in front of all the kids waiting) and she quickly flipped through my book before giving it back not even letting me look at her book, telling me if I wanted to trade I needed to buy a pin off the rack for her first. It appeared she was trying to get the best pins from the kids waiting in the lines and cast members. So that was a bit off putting. Aside from that didn't meet any other pin collectors. Not sure when is the next time I will be doing any Disney trip, but I think this Disneyed me out for while, very fun yet tiring trip.