1. The gate check staff at the ADA entrance should be smacked! Each day we were required to open all our bags, empty out contents so they could do a "thorough" search. It was a fiasco! No one was consistent with what was "allowed". We were patted down, so they could "find" what was hidden. I was shocked how the Staff Pro people treated those in wheelchairs, with walkers, and on crutches. My daily vitamins and meds were in the amber container, each days worth. I was told they looked suspicious and to throw them out! I said they were all I had for the weekend, the gate supervisor sensed a potential problem and advised me that if I wanted to enter, I must throw them out. Then I was told to spray my sunscreen lotion on me to make sure it wasn't alcohol. They didn't know the difference between a mister and a spray bottle, a parasol and an umbrella, they didn't know the difference between outside food (meal?) and a few baggies of snacks. Some let wagons and coolers through, and some screeners did not. The confusion with gate time opening created a never-ending line of cars going in circles at the entrance waiting for the 11 am opening, but the next day the gates opened at 9am. They need correct training, common sense, plus a lesson in respect to those with disabilities.