I've always enjoyed going to this dinner show at the Polynesian Resort. With that said, it's not without its problems. The dining structure is very low slung which, while aesthetically pleasing, does not provide the best sightlines for the show. The tables in the back seem obstructed by the low ceiling and many of the tables have support poles that get in the way of the view. These are minor complaints when compared with the food which I've always found very acceptable for this kind of thing and the service which has always been exceptional every time I've gone. The show has changed several times over the years. The current version has good and bad. The traditional luau elements are very satisfying, but the whole ridiculous "Ohana" storyline could go away anytime.