Hello everyone. I'm a Canadian looking to cross the border in to the US to save some money on airfare. My local airport is 1 hour away however, by driving an extra 3-4 hours I can easily save $200 per person (we are a group of 8 so this is $1600 savings). Our dates are September 10-18 but I would ideally like to change them to September 8-16 so we can leave on a Sunday instead of a Tuesday. Anyway, for a 4 hour drive, I could leave on a Tuesday and fly United or Delta for $215/person but there would be a 1.5 hour stopover. I could fly direct on JetBlue but flights are now $273/person (when I first started looking at airfare, it was $169/person direct but I didn't want to commit until I knew if free dining was going to be released for our dates or not). For a 5 hour drive, I could leave on the Sunday (my preference) and fly Southwest for $180/person direct. I just don't know anything about Southwest having never flown with them before. I love the idea of all the extras with JetBlue but I'm not sure it's worth an extra $100 per person... Does Southwest have free check in luggage? On board snacks? TVs in the seats? What is their cancellation policy like? Can I re-schedule if I need to without penalty? Anything else I should know about Southwest (in your experience) before I book? Thank you so much!!