We found cabin 5043 comfortable and convenient. It is too small to spend much time here (but, that was no problem for an older couple like us!). It is a few steps from the door to the elevator, and I feared this might cause us noise problems, but it did not. I loved the convenience of being near the elevator!
Veranda was very nice to have and the floor to ceiling window/wall was a great feature -- expanding the sense of space and providing stellar sunrises while you're waking up. A flaw: the glass panel on the veranda was stained with salt water when we arrived, marring the view when seated on the veranda.
There is plenty of space beneath the beds to store emptied luggage, but we did not discover this until half-way through the cruise. Otherwise, storage was plenty for clothing, but surface space was sparse. Maybe we live with too many doo-dads.
Two problems: (1) the lighting controls were configured by a maniac. It took many tries to figure out how to get the lighting the way we wanted it. (2) there are only two 110-volt outlets in the room, both together on the crowded and small vanity top. Thus, plug-in devices are a tad complicated to use and you can't use more than two at once.
Improvement: the cable TV supplied to the cabin was miserable in selection. None of the main broadcast networks are available, only CNN "news," and tons of ship-produced commercials for their own wares. Channel surfing before falling asleep is not an option.