About our cabin: I use a CPAP machine, which comes with a rather short power cord (36 inches). Fortunately I had the foresight to bring along an extension cord, as the AC power outlet was on the opposite side of the room, away from the head of our bed. This could have made for a bad situation, if I had been unable to obtain a loaner from the room steward.
Second item: I am a former smoker, and am extremely sensitive to the smell of cigarette smoke in my proximity. Unfortunately, the folks in the cabin forward of us were smokes, and every time they lit up on their balcony, I was "smoked" off of mine.
NOTE TO CARNIVAL: As I realize that non-smoking cruise ships are money losers, how about limiting the smokers to specific cabins and/or decks, so that those "downwind" from their cabins can enjoy the fresh sea air on their balcony's, instead of stepping out and smelling "a Camel!" :-)
NOTE TO CARNIVAL: We could not hear the announcements from the cruise director or the Captain in our cabin, without having to run to the door and hold it partway open, sometimes for some rather lengthy announcements. How about adding a speaker in the cabin, equipped with a volume/mute control?
Another cabin note, had to ask to have the mini-bar unlocked.
The beds did not seem as comfortable as those on the Elation.
All other observations about the cabin are positive. Plenty of drawer and hanger space.