Thanks, Mike! Yes, the two Furness three-stackers were magnificent. They allowed passengers to enjoy an all-First Class atmosphere(although a small number could be carried in a second class for a while) at extremely comptetitive rates. In fact, the two Furness ships had certain refinements one could not find aboard the Normandie or Queen Mary- the principal one being that every cabin had a bathroom. The concept of First Class accomodation at mid range prices was a great one, and so I was pleased when the two Celebrity Bermuda liners followed that model.