I suppose if all you are used to is 60 day FPP, then perhaps 30 day FPP is a nightmare…but we stay off property, so always to 30 day FPP. (Ignore the trips we’re about to have…)
Anyhow, you can work with 30 day FPP. The trick is lowering your expectations. I spent a lot of time looking at what rides in each park actually had FPP availability at 30 days so that I knew ahead of time what to expect. And then I planned accordingly. Taking advantage of evenings and RD will help with some of the busier rides. Some, you can just expect to wait. Of course, when you are going plays a role. We try to pick times when crowds are lower. In September, for example, you almost don’t need FPPs at all.
It also helps if you are going more days, so that you can reduce how much you plan to get done each day. For our May trip (which was canceled, obviously), we had 6 days in the parks, but we had a DAH for AK, so we could do 3 days in MK, 2 days in HS, and 1 day in EP…that allowed me to spread the FPP selection across multiple days for those parks.
Of course, you’ll save TONS of money. TONS! By staying in a rental home (we use homeaway.com). And with the money you can save in food and housing, you can possibly afford some upcharge events such as DAH, etc, to help.