So this just happened to me and I wanted to get your guy's opinion on what you would do. On an United award ticket, I booked an eight segment trip from Los Angeles to New Zealand with a stopover in Japan. My itinerary was originally booked and confirmed for: Los Angeles to Beijing on Air China first class Beijing to Seoul on Air China business class Seoul to Tokyo on Asiana first class Tokyo to Bangkok on Thai business class Bangkok to Auckland on Thai business class Auckland to Shanghai on Air New Zealand business class Shanghai to Taipei on Air China business class Taipei to Los Angeles on EVA Airways business class This was booked in January before the devaluation and the entire trip cost me 147,500 United miles and $109.10 in taxes. The flights were all confirmed and I was able to select my seats on all segments. The trip was in late August and I just got back home. About two months before my trip, I received a schedule change notice from United. I checked the change and saw my Asiana flight from Beijing to Seoul (originally booked into first class on a Boeing 747) had been changed to an Airbus A330 with no first class and my Thai Airways flight from Tokyo to Bangkok (originally booked on an A380 with lie flat seats) had been changed to a Boeing 747 with angled recliners. So my question to you guys is, would you guys do anything about it? And if so, who would you talk to? United? Or Asiana and Thai Airways? Or should I just suck it up knowing that I had a great run? Thanks for the feedback.