Single man, no kids. Not picky about accommodations, whether it's camping, Motel 6, etc. I do enjoy getting resorts if I can get them for about the same price or just barely above what a basic hotel room. So far, I've had a lot of luck taking advantage of timeshare incentives for some cheap vacations ($49 for four days/three nights with the obligation of attending a presentation). I've been on several of these presentations, and the math never adds up. Why should I pay $10,000+ and $1,000+ a year in maintenance fees when I've been able to get by for less than $500 a year for all of my accommodations? I usually travel alone or with whichever girl I'm dating at the time. I've discovered the resale market where many people are giving away the same packages that I've seen sold by developers for thousands of dollars. But given all the tricks/hoops you have to jump through, I'm hesitant to even get involved in something like this. Is there any real benefit for someone like me who doesn't have a family and doesn't plan to ever have one?