Not really a question, but a bit of advice. Rick mentions this in his books, but its hard to appreciate what a great time saver the pass is until you actually arrive in Paris. Although there are a few sights where it won't save you anytime (the belltower tour of Notre Dame, for one), at most of the museums, you can just move to the front of the line. I found that the best place to buy the pass is at the Orsay Museum, because they sell it at a separate ticket counter with no line at all. With this pass, in two days, I probably saved 5-6 hours of waiting time.