Cruise Fanatic, aren't most ads deceptive?
Seriously, though, I find that I DO have to look at my watch on NCL cruises moreso than on those on other lines. My son enjoys going to the after-dinner shows, so we have to time dinner just right in order to make them. (I suppose we'd have to do the same on Princess, too, if we chose Anytime Dining.) On other lines, everything is already timed well for us.
Yet I do like that we don't have to check the clock when enjoying a pre-dinner activity. It's a trade-off, though, as we may risk waits for dinner.