Our first trip with Spirit Airlines is in the books. Flight to Vegas left Cleveland early and arrived in Vegas early. My wife Kathy and I The flight from CLE to LAS was not very full. The front and back were pretty full, but the middle was pretty empty. After the plane reached cruising altitude, we were able to sit wherever we wanted. I don't think anybody was sitting three to a row. The last time I was on a flight like this was with Continental right after 9/11. My OCD started to kick in as I looked at this lone tray in the down position in the empty row next to me. It just kept screaming out to me, put me back up please. Some people were using the whole row to catch some shut eye as the plane left Cleveland at 8:45 P.M. Good time to rest up for a late evening arrival in Vegas. It was scheduled to arrive in Vegas at 9:15 P.M. but got in around 9 P.M. Here is a pic to get an idea of what kind of leg room you have. We were on an Airbus 320. I had no trouble stretching my feet underneath the seat in front even with a personal bag. The seat in front feels like it is reclined but it isn't. The seats on this plane didn't recline. They can't or else the seat would be in your lap. If you can handle a reclined seat in front of you than you can handle Spirit's seat configuration. Cleveland to Vegas is not a short flight and I didn't feel any more uncomfortable than on other airlines. Our return flight was also a little early leaving Vegas and arriving in Cleveland. This plane was probably 90% full. All in all I can't complain. We were lucky that everything went smoothly. No delays. I have a short trip to Dallas with my wife planned for September to visit friends of ours. We are going bare fare with no add ons. Personal bag size that you stow under the seat is 16x14x12. It's a basic small backpack. A purse is considered a personal item so you can't have a purse and a backpack. We are not paying for assigned seats so we will see how we get seated. The bare fare for both of us round trip came to $172.36 total.