I want to start off that we started our adventure at Cortes Chocobar in San Juan - a restaurant that highlights chocolate in every meal. I had the Chalupitas de Mofongo. Taco like shell made from plaintains. It was amazing. Also had the best chocolate shakes ever! Anyway, to the cruise. We arrived around 12:30. There were not really long lines, maybe 20 deep, but we did get in the Key line, there was no one in the line, and were checked in right away. I saw a small seating area for Key members, I assume if we had gotten there early we would have waited there. We took our luggage to the theater and they tagged it. It was delivered to our room before we finished lunch. We went to Chops. There were people there but it was not crowded. We had the filet and it was amazing. Also, had shrimp cocktail (they were huge) and cheesecake and molten chocolate cakes. It was a nice start. I went to several shows - Marquee, the Ice Show and One Upon a Time. None were full, but I was able to walk in without reservations and sit in the suite/key seating area and had great seats. They do not take reservations for the shows on Freedom, at least that I knew about. We did not use the reserved times for flowrider, ice skating or rock climbing, so I can't comment. Though each day there were reserved times. Only two throughout the week for ice skating. We did get a fruit plate, but I don't know if that was because we were in the Ben and Jerry's Sweet or because of the Key. Our itinerary did not have tender ports, so there was no advantage at ports. We got special luggage tags for the key the last night of the cruise and put our luggage out in the evening. The next morning we decided to stay on board as long as possible since we had to be at the airport around 11:30. We went to the dining room on deck 5 and had breakfast. There was a menu for the Key. Most items similar to regular MDR breakfasts, with the addition of steak and eggs and a crab eggs benedict. I got the eggs and steak. The steak was a mini filet and as good as the first day in Chops. They did run out of the donuts my kids loved and smoothies. We hung out until a little before 10. We went to the lobby of the restaurant and waited about 15 minutes. A representative came and took us to our luggage. We passed hundreds of people, probably a 60-90 minute line. Some were not too happy. We got to our luggage which was in a separate area and went to the Key line for customs, again there was none. We were in line first and it took literally one minute. Now when you get outside all bets are off. There was a huge line for taxis. A driver of a small bus approached us and said he was leaving for the airport in 5 minutes, so we opted for that instead of waiting in the line for a taxi. I would do it again for debarkation alone, but we like to be spoiled on vacation. If we went on a longer cruise, then I may start to question. Have fun!