the whole concept behind Personal Choice is the ability to kind of eat without having to be at a certain place at a certain time; but rather when you feel like eating it seems like people are making reservations at the beginning of the week for every night; making it nearly impossible for casual diners to eat "when they feel like it"; forcing it more into a traditional dining experience if people didn't book all the slots at the beginning of the week, perhaps there would be more opportunities to just drop in, without have a long wait at dinner time thoughts? *** I experienced Freestyle on NCL, and there was never more than a 5 minute wait any of the nights for dinner. I attribute that to people not reserving all the times at the beginning of the week. *** I think that Princess needs to serious limit the number of reservations in the PC dining rooms, to keep it truly Personal Choice. They also need to disallow traditional diners from eating in those dining rooms. IMHO, if you choose Traditional, you know that you are eating in the traditional dining room all week -- you should not switch to PC, unless you do it formally (through the Matre ' D) and only space permitting.