Forgive me if this has been discussed many times before, but as a veteran VWC passenger I thought I would put my views down. It's not a comment on VWC's quality of service, but on the train interior. There are too many bulkheads obscuring the forward view. The window pillars are ridiculously wide. The tops of the windows are only about 150mm above the seat backs. (All the above conspires to minimise visible Windows, so induce claustrophobia) The only electric sockets are two under each table, accessible only from the window seats. (The airline seats, ie the majority, have none) The overhead racks are too small for long distance services. The overhead rack fairings are too low and I risk bashing my head (I'm 6ft tall). The lighting is dim (why did the pointlessly fussy concept of reading lights survive the Beeching cuts?) In compensation: They are are very fast. The 'enhanced' mobile phone reception is good, so I don't have to pay VWC for WiFi!