I'll start by saying I don't fly CO or UA regularly and don't have a dog in the "UA is better than CO and vice-versa" fight that seems to continually go on in this forum. I really don't care about most of the policy changes they implement in the merger as they just don't affect me. However, I really hope they implement CO's IFE system across the existing UA fleet, because the difference is night and day. Took my first international trip on UA in about three years this past weekend, IAD-LHR-IAD. Was on a 767 on the way out--it had the tiny video screens and handful of movies that played continuously on different channels--this was the same system they had a few years ago when I last flew UA internationally. On the way back, it was a newly configured 777. It had the bigger touch screen, which was definitely an improvement over the 767, but only 7 movies to choose from! I was shocked that with a new IFE system that that was the extent of their selection. Now maybe this has since changed, but the last time I flew CO long haul was on three roundtrips EWR-HKG and EWR-PEK in 2008/2009. Every 777 I was on during those flights had an IFE system that probably had over 100 movies on it--made 15 hour flights fly by. The system that CO had three years ago is leaps and bounds better than even the best system that UA only has on a handful of 777's today...I know a lot of you guys aren't crazy about the CO influence in many aspects of the merger, but I'm certainly hoping that CO prevails in at least this area. Just my random thoughts, as I hadn't seen this aspect of the merger discussed here yet.