First off, the shuttle bus service was a big success in my opinion, the drivers were courteous and helpful, made things easier for a lot of people that I spoke to. The site on the whole, seemed less congested and I really liked the layout changes. The food stalls had some great additions, particularly the vegetarian one (FFS) in the Walled Garden - superb. There were no really long queues at the bars this year, splitting the beer and cider obviously helped that, a shout-out for Hallet's Blindfold btw. The Cwmdu Cafe excelled yet again, what would we do without it? Musically it was obviously superb, the golden hour(s) on Friday when we had Kamasi Washington, followed by Jason Isbell, followed by White Denim was a few hours that will live long in the memory. Joan Shelley, Ryley Walker, Phil Cook - superb. Laura was lovely, thought the introduction of backing singers enhanced her sound and a couple of her new songs were very good. Fortunately our camp kind of overlooked the main stage so when James Blake was on we were safely tucked in watching and listening to his set, and that bass!!! My personal highlight, Saturday night, Far Out Tent, (my favourite venue) Michael Rother almost blew the roof off, it was an "I was there" moment. I'll be back when other thoughts/memories re-surface!