Been on Voyager, Freedom, Vision, Quantum and Anthem, and although they're 'all favourites', I do have a thing for Voyager; maybe because she was our first cruise in 2010, but I do appreciate the layout and the esthetics of the Voyager and Freedom classes. Spacious, open decks, wrap-around promenade, helipad access, the large hot-tub in the gym, (replaced by a boxing ring on Freedom; has anyone seen this in use?) free saunas, and the 'yacht-like' lines of the exterior (in my opinion being ruined by the latest add-ons; waterslides and more cabins on top of the gym). Always somewhere to go and just sit, if that's what you want; aquarium bar, boleros, champagne bar, viking crown.... old egyptian art, statues, columns, the consistent 'las vegas - feel' to your surroundings.
Quantum and Anthem are both spectacular ships, and I've enjoyed myself on both (and looking forward to another cruise on Anthem in 2019). But they feel more crowded. Perhaps due to the layout, or the dynamic/my time dining, where you lose the crowd management benefits of having half of the ship eat at the same time as with traditional dining? Having said that I've had a ball on Quantum and Anthem; Two70 is an attraction itself, and I could have made the solarium my home. Or Vintages. And Starwater might be the most impressive stageshow i've ever seen on a cruise ship (or maybe even on land!)
But I do miss good old Voyager :)
anyway - some musings there. :)