I went to Disney world, stayed at a Disney world resort, and went to just about all of the theme parks except for one. In any event, my experience comes from that of a poor person. Disney World as I knew it was for everyone, but the majority of everyone were upper class or high middle class. This wouldn't have even mattered if they weren't snobby people. You can tell by the body language and gestures. The whole park is tailored to the upper class and high middle class. You have to reserve almost anywhere decent to eat, the prices are high, and the only good thing was use of the Disney bus transportation.
Now, I'm used to theme parks where everything is in one place, the rides outweigh everything else, and the people are your average joes. Each Disney world theme park only has at most maybe 10 rides, only 3 are remotely fun in each park. Then you have to pay more to just have the park hopper past so you can get to the other parks which has the rest of there rides. Splash mountain was a disappointment, didn't even have waterfalls and didn't get wet. On the other note, tower of terror was very good and I enjoyed that. The plays were also outstanding as we saw finding Nemo which was a blast, beauty and the beast, and little mermaid.
All in all, the trip had its ups and downs. The resort wasn't worth what we were paying. It had no decent cable, everything had an extra fee, and the only good thing was the free Disney transportation. The parks didn't have enough to do ride wise, the restaurants were catered to the rich and reserve only, although there were some nice cheap places to eat at we found. The entertainment was nice, such as: plays. With all the ups and downs, at the end of the day, a cheaper vacation spot like magic mountain or Disney land would of been better. If you are a poor person who doesn't want to pay for every little detail, don't feel like making reservations for 35 dollar a person meals, don't want to deal with feeling out of place around the snobby rich upper and middle class, then Disney world is not likely going to turn out like your cheap vacations, just isn't worth the trouble and price you pay.
Of course all of this is just my opinion, you may love it but as for me, It's not worth seeing how the other half lives in this overpriced, overrated World of ridiculousness.