CAPACITY: I would rather pay 5-10 Euros more and have fewer people. Coming in by plane, paying an appartment and eating on the ground is anyway a holiday's budget. It was still okay most of the times since the area is large, but for Some acts it felt too crowded some times.
LLEVANT STAGE: Honestly - I really disliked the stage, it was huge and so "normal" compared to the other rather extraordinary stages (Ray Ban!, ATP!) and made me feel like being on a usual european megafestival. I skipped beloved bands due to the rather uncomfortable setting and of course the long way and time it takes to be reached. I'd even rather not have it and have fever bands on the bill, but since this would not make sense it would be appreciated if it'll be placed a diffrent way + probably a sort of (grand)stand being built so people can rest and watch. But in fact this is crying on a very high level since Primavera offers such tempting alternative stages
STAFF: I liked the drinks and beer, security seemed decent - only the information point (f.e. Auditorium, missed John Cale due to some wrong ticket-info) could have needed a "supervisor" for really (not so?!) tricky questions. The card/drink situation was of course something that was too far out of proportion to be judged here. The idea of offering both ways (cash & cards) from the beginning on next year sounds reasonable for all parties & technologies involved!
FOOD: I found the food quality still rather poor and would love to see it upgraded. Not the prices though, of course :-/
TOILETS: It felt like there were not enough of them, especially on the left side (bushes) of ATP and some other places (Pitchfork!). A re-arranging would be appreciated.
Will tell more if it comes up in my mind, I was totally happy about the festival and will come back