Probably my favorite place to play 1/2 NLH: good games, solid dealers, good promotions, usually short/no wait list, enough TVs, not an isolated room nor in the middle of the casino floor. I think they're one of the only rooms in town that does a must-move for 1/2. It seems to work well (main games stay full and new games seem to start up quickly… at least they did last week, when I was there). Enough loose money around to make the games profitable for the patient.
My main complaint is limited quick eating options. The sports book grill is right next to it, but it doesn't really have healthy options.
The poker room was recently updated making it feel more upscale (more in-line with the casino), and they finally have an electronic check-in system for comps.
Their tiered high-hand bonus (currently M, W, F) adds some excitement to hitting a high-hand ($300 if you flop it, $200 if you turn it, $100 if you river it).