While airline main cabins constantly commoditize, with parsimony being the main product differentiator, First Class remains a world unto itself. Casey Neistat provides a somewhat offbeat but very entertaining look at Emirates’ premium cabin, flying on an upgrade from Dubai to JFK. The retail price of this ticket weighs in at a modest 21K USD. He explores the elegantly appointed passenger suite configuration, amenities, meal service and, above all, the opportunity to take a shower on the A380. Definitely not a choice for the budget-conscious, but it’s easy to understand why this product fascinates the travel community.