Schwab_1977 - The problem with Suite 9202 lies in the fact that it is facing forward and into the wind. Yes, you will have a humongus balcony (and a very nice, spacious interior) but on a Transatlantic crossing you will face a lot of sea days with the wind in your snoot! In heavy seas these cabins may have their outside access doors covered by a steel bulkhead (Sometimes the windows also!) - for protection (rogue waves do occur!)! I've faced this situation on the NCL Dawn last Fall coming back from Bermuda!
I would suggest a stern suite/balcony! You won't have to deal with the wind and very romantic! The minisuite you were interested in on the Gem is the type I'm talking about. I have booked such a balcony cabin on the NCL Sky for a Feb. 2010 cruise and taking my elderly (92 yrs old) mother! We are both looking forward to it!