Having already checked in online, I was persuaded by the airport volunteers to brave the automated bag drop, as the manned check in desks for Club passengers had long queues of folk needing visa checks. Galleries lounge was very busy, but a reasonable brunch selection of food and drink available. Difficult to find a seat, let alone one with power, but I did eventually locate one after a couple of circuits of the various seating areas. I do wish people wouldn't use spare chairs for coats, etc, particularly when there are folk without seats. I only spotted by chance a sign inviting guests to download the PressReader app and a selection of publications to read en route. Given that my flight was without IFE of any description, this was an under publicised bonus feature. Boarding the A321 aircraft at gate A1 was orderly, and many had acceded to the request to check cabin bags, given the fullness of the flight. Flown this route and class before, so knew exactly what to expect with seat and legroom size. It remains a disappointment! Luckily the passenger in front made no attempt to recline her seat. Cabin crew worked hard to get round the large Club cabin several times, and did not stint on the drinks. Food was perfectly acceptable. My hot chicken dish would not win any prizes for presentation, but was surprisingly tasty. Yes, the portions are all small, but, quite frankly, that is all that is needed. I did miss the drop down journey progress screens. We had been a little late taking off, but, with a tail wind and permission by Tallinn ATC to take a short cut on final approach, we arrived ahead of schedule. The number of cabin bags checked in did prolong the wait at baggage reclaim, but my two bags did come out together. In my experience, the "Priority" bag tag has no advantage!