I couldn't hand over my child and go on the ride. Even by myself! That was the point of my whole post. Exactly what you stated is not even possible. That's why I wrote this (from here at the park) to let people know about this very big change that is going to make the time spent at certain attractions as a family with younger children incredibly long and tedious. And no, you are wrong. The CM told both my husband and I (with BOTH children in the FP queue, since that seems to be a particular issue for many of you out there) that my son was absolutely able to ride with me a second time. We didn't even ask for this. She offered! The problem on that end is the technology. The extra FP ticket she scanned to my son's card never showed up on my phone in the App. Now, had we decided to wait the extra 40 minutes until my "new" FP activated (again, this was after I already waited an hour for my original FP that I pulled from MP to activate, which to me seems unfair and excessive) then returned to the FP queue, I'm sure with my husband and daughter standing there the CMs would've let my son on with me. There are definitely bugs in their system still and they know it. The point was that all told that would've meant the time spent at Star Tours: 1 hour for three FPs to be valid 10 minute wait to get to front of FP line to get Rider Switch 20 FP line wait time to get on ride for 1st party. 40 additional wait for New Rider Switch FP to be valid! 10 minute wait to get to front of FP line with everyone there so we could explain to CMs what happened and that my son's Rider Switch FP never showed up. (Again, to be clear, the CM offered this, so it must be allowed under their policy. No cheating comments please.) 20 FP line wait time for 2nd party to ride. That delay in not being able to "hand and go" is the problem and in my opinion unfair. I waited the full hour like the rest of you for my original FP to be valid. Why am I penalized with an additional wait time? I would have preferred to immediately switch. If that had been possible, my son and I (like you and your sis in law) would've ridden together right away. But that's not the policy anymore.