We selected it for the price and destinations. The ports were great, and shore excursions were fine. However, the food, while still very good, was not excellent as it used to be. Internet service was horribly slow virtually throughout the cruise--there are simply too many passengers for the amount of satellite the ship uses. And, although staff such as servers and maintenance were very courteous and helpful, upper-level staff, particularly concierge and dining reservations, were not. The company needs to hire nicer people--they certainly have done so in the past.
Also, the specialty restaurants were very hard to get into, with the only times available when making the reservations being 6/6:30 or 9/9:30, and trying to rebook one when we had to cancel due to illness was impossible. Yet in looking in at those restaurants, even though they were supposedly full and no reservations were available there were always empty tables. It's a bunch of BS.
The problem with Oceania is that if you don't carry a "gold card" (i.e., have a concierge level cabin or suite) you get treated like a "second citizen".
The cabin was fine.