We found the Voyager to be a beautiful ship in good shape despite it's age. Our cruise started out with a surprise: the ship was going to arrive later since it was stuck in Bermuda. It was chaotic at Cape Liberty due to passengers debarking & embarking simultaneously. Given the luck my husband & I have had in the past with our Alaska cruise: we had to wait 7 hrs to get on the Radiance in Vancouver in '02, this was a typical start for us.
Rooms: The 10th floor was great, no noise from above as anticipated. Balconies were completely private, unlike the Radiance with glass partitions. Was surprised by this since Voyager is an older ship. Highly recommend being closer to the AFT compared to a Forward cabin. You will on the side of the ship with the dining rooms, the internet cafe/Library and the main pool. Less walking: all you'll have to do is go up/down the elevator. Although this is a huge ship, it did not feel that way due to where we were situated.
Major problem on our sailing was that the toilets in our rooms (2 next door to each other), the toilets did not flush for four days in a row. Unfortunately RCCL was unable to fix this, nor know how to handle it properly. Given the price of our Jr. Suites, this was unacceptable. We had a magic plumber, but problem kept reoccurring.