Went back to Florida last night. This time I took Song Airlines (run by Delta) from Newark to Orlando. Just wanted to say that of the various flights I've taken up and back over the last month or two... on American Airlines, AirTran, Continental and USAir... this was the most pleasant and enjoyable. OK, yeah, I had to pay if I wanted anything other than a glass of soda as a snack, but that was no big deal. They have a sense of humor, from the pleather seats in primary colors, to the head steward making bad jokes, to the safety briefing being done with a Flemenco music background by a lady with a think Spanish accent. I liked that. That was fun. And they had 20 some channels of live satellite TV available at each seat for free. (I know a few airlines have this now, but this was my first flight with that feature.) And they had the channel with the live GPS track of the plane's flight too. I *really* like that. I'd been on flights with that before, but not in awhile, and I really geek out on that feature.
Anyway, I like "Song". I will fly them again if I get the chance. And if they show up as the cheapest direct flight on Orbitz again. :-)