Positive and generally cheery staff on arrival at immigration and customs. I noticed the trolleys around the international arrivals baggage carousels were free of charge (great because I paid USD4 to use one out front at LAX for about a minute). My comment is actually about the poor transition from exiting customs/immigration to Qantas' transfer/domestic check- in area. The signage could be much better and perhaps the path could be staffed. The experience is that one isn't sure they are in the right place while winding around those corners till you get to the domestic check-in area. I imagine first time arrivals could feel lost. Although I noticed a sign promising improvements (not sure what kind) soon. I have never experienced an easy transition here into the check-in counters where there is always a large number of passengers at peak times and not enough counters to deal with them. Invariably the staff have to announce imminent flights and then one has to exit the long queue and find a way into another. And please fix the front wheels of those trolleys - when the rubber splays it feels like pushing a car uphill with the brakes on.