We paid for priority boarding. The time the gate was meant to be closing they hadn't even started boarding. There were two queues, one for priority but nobody knew which was the right queue unless you were right at the front. No announcements. Once on the plane, the seats were so hard and uncomfortable it was 4:30 mins of hell. Reclining seats? Don't be silly! And the narrowest seats I've ever come across. Don't know how the more generously proportioned passengers cope. Nowhere to put anything, not the usual mesh on the back of the seat to stick your paper/water. Nothing. Announcements on the plane inaudible, couldn't hear a word, English not their first language for most of the stewardesses so that doesn't help. I could go on but I won't. First time and last. By the time you've paid £150 for two suitcases and extra for hand luggage and extra for seat selection it's not even a cheap option. So, unless you enjoy a cattle truck standard of flying or are stony broke, don't even go there. The return flight was just a rerun. I will give credit to the head steward on the return flight who took no nonsense from a gobby girl who refused to put her bag in the overhead for landing while occupying an emergency exit seat and made her move. Nearly forgot, the landing in Paphos was a right boneshaker, worst I've had since a night landing in a storm at the old Kai Tak in Hong Kong. I thought maybe it was the first officer practicing night landings. But, unbelievably, the landing back at Stansted was just as bad. More simulator time needed guys. Anyway, don't say I didn't warn you.