What a great pass!!! We bought before we left for trip, and printed off at home. We also made an appt. for RCA Studio B tour as soon as we were sent tickets with phone number provided. So glad we did because they do book up. Thankfully another review mentioned that you check in for that at the Country Music Hall of Fame, so we started there with our tour at 10:30. You have to go to the desk to turn your vouchers in for tickets for RCA tour and tour of CMHOF (if u r doing that day also) and group met in rite corner for RCA tour where they scanned your ticket, so allow a little extra time for that. Then you get on a bus to go to Studio B location, and they bring you back after tour. It was awesome, would highly recommend! Then we did tour of CMHOF after, which was also great, we saw really neat video compilation of relevance of country music on TV, as well as many video snippets of performers. We went on a Wed., not horribly crowded at all, and walked down from Renaissance hotel on Commerce, about 10-15 min. We had our car to drive to Madame Tussaud’s wax museum the next day, you will definitely need transportation other than the trolley. It was at a large shopping mall, and we also went to a movie at theatre there so it was well worth our while. The wax figures were amazing and we liked reading all the placards to go with them. The next day we walked to the Johnny Cash museum, you have a choice between that or Patsy Cline, which is upstairs. We thoroughly enjoyed that as well! Nice gift shop area, and several really cool music videos shown in different rooms on tour. Then we hopped on the trolley tour and rode it all the way through, about hour and half/45 min. Our tour guide was Buck, and many “bad dad” type jokes that we enjoyed:) He was a very good sport as his IPAD died at the Marathon Motor Works stop, and he serenaded us for the remaining tour where he would’ve played the corresponding songs with tour highlights:) FYI: when doing the trolley tour, you need to go to Broadway address and turn in your voucher for ticket at the trolley stand before getting on, so allow a little extra time for that. The stop was directly across the street, and came about every half hour I believe. It was never too crowded to accommodate passengers on a Friday. At one stop they had 26 people get on and off. We had an awesome breeze as we were driving, and a great overview and history of the area. We boarded later in the day, so we did not hop off, just rode it straight through. Buck did a really nice job and we were able to hear him the whole time sitting in middle of bus. I wondering if it would be loud or clear enough, but we were happy with sound quality. The only place we did not make it to was the whisky tasting. We have been there before, not whisky fans really, but still felt that this package was a great value, especially with the convenience factor and flexibility to choose when to do the tours, and nice to do at your own pace instead of being herded along in a giant group the whole time. Would highly recommend this package, it was an awesome experience!!!