So this is what I found:
Business Class: At boarding, we were able to board early. The flight attendant handed us a choice of water, orange juice, or champagne. Score! We got comfortable right away with the comfort amenities they offered us; A cozy blanket, semi-noise cancelling headphones, an eye mask and earplugs, a complementary Elemis kit including the things for a female like a toothbrush, lotions, face cream and, for the guys, a toothbrush and shave staples. We had a storage space for shoes and a purse to keep them safely tucked away and not underfoot as well as an adjustable TV for each person. The best part, in my opinion, is that they were semi-private pods that laid completely flat. The bed had a electric adjuster above that made it completely flatten out. I was able to get a good rest and be relaxed when we arrived. The food was a step up from the Economy Plus and served in sturdier containers. If you do not get enough food, they have a special area that you can munch on things like yogurt, nuts, and candy the rest of the flight. The meal was tasty for both the dinner and breakfast. Not five-star, but lovely. As an added bonus, all drinks are included. Yes, that includes alcohol. If I could travel this way every flight overseas, I would never mind long-distance flying again.
Economy World TraPlus: Not a bad alternative at all! The upgrade price can vary, but ours was about $400 per person. Some flights can go from $600 and up. Each seat may not have been semi-private, but as a person who hates travelling a long time with my feet straight down, I fell in love with their foot rests that partially reclined. Amazing improvement on how I felt during the flight. This is also a wonderful addition for those a little older... Like me. Circulation on long flights can be very bad. Leaving your legs dangling that long especially if you fall asleep in one position can be a health hazard. Having a parent who actually had a stroke on a long flight from sleeping an entire international flight, I am very, very conscious of how bad it can be and I will admit, I am a little frightened about it. (On a side note, always get up and move around every hour, if possible. Wear compression socks if you are at risk), The seats were a bit wider, according to their website, and you did not feel as if you were in a cattle call. Only two seats per row on the flight that I was on. We were not offered early boarding, but did have a nice choice of water or orange juice when we took our seats. The blankets and headphones as well as eye masks were the same, but we did not receive the Elemis pack. Did I mention I love Elemis? So I did miss that. Dinner was the same as in Business Class, so that was nice (in plastic containers) but the breakfast was not the same. More of a prepackaged dull meal. I did not really mind since we were getting off.
Note: We were offered an upgrade to First Class for $795.00 during our online check in. It was a bit out of our budget for two of us this trip, but next time I might take them up on it to see just how much more pampered it might be. Be aware they only offer it to you online and not at the check-in desk.