I use this airport at least once per month and it is no where near the major improvement over the old terminal which people are touting. Firstly the long and skinny design of the terminal causes domestic travelers to have to walk quite far to the furthest gates (11 and 12). There are no moving sidewalks as the terminal is too narrow. Secondly the power plugs provided at bar table setups throughout the terminal have no seats! People can't be expected to stand at these charging tables awkwardly overall it just causes the power plugs to waste away unused except for the 1 which is accessible from the normal gate seating. To pay $20 (soon $25) in Airport Improvement Fees for the 'privilege' of using this airport is a hoot. I'd prefer using the old terminal which allowed me to go gate-to-curb in less than 2 minutes versus the extra couple needed for this unusually long terminal (if arriving at those far gates I specified earlier). There is only one escalator to baggage claim so when that is broken (and it has) the $20 in AIFs paid to use the terminal involves you carrying any carry on baggage down about 40 stairs or wait for the single elevator. Furthermore the rotating door to enter the terminal is frustratingly slow as people are pulling baggage and consistently get stuck which has lead to the door cracking and going out of service for weeks. While the increase in food options is nice over the previous terminal it would be great to have a McDonalds instead of the same old Tim Hortons as in every other airport. This terminal has 3 Tim Hortons - they should allocate space to a different fast food chain.