Well, we just sailed on the Glory, and trust me, it was a very dissapointing experience. There were mechanical problems, and we didn't make the ports we were supposed to. The crew wasn't very honest with us either. For the most part, though, our waitstaff was pleasant, our room steward was attentive, and we made our fun. Just be sure to watch the boards and make sure the ship is working before you set sail. We had only one engine and one propellor, and sat off the coast of Miami for 2 days. No compensation either except for $100 credit per person on ship. Not enough if you ask me. It was our 3rd cruise with Carnival, and our last as well I hate to say. I'll keep cruising, as it's the way to go on vacation. The onboard activities are great, and I do hope you get Butch, the social host. He was great. My wife and kids loved him. Happy cruising.