Because I go to work early, I always get in line before the polls open at 7. Always see friends and neighbors there which makes it fun standing in line (nobody talks politics, of course, because we know that would be illegal). Most elections, both primary and general, ladies have a bake sale going but I usually don't partake that early in the morning. After the polls open, I'm usually out of there by 7:10 and on my way to work.
Our state passed a voter ID law a few years ago, later overturned as unconstitutional, and for a couple elections it was voluntary only but it still slowed down the process. During those couple elections with the voluntary ID law, I refused to show my ID out of principle which kind of shook the volunteer poll workers since most peeps slavishly showed their drivers license. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court proved me right on my principle.
We have had touch-screen voting for the past several years, which is really easy and fast. I admit to really missing the old industrial levers and giant ka-chunk-handle to cast the vote and open the curtain. Although I don't frequent casinos, when I do I miss the big-handled levers to spin the slots in favor of push buttons...for the same reason.
But the touch-screen is fine since the vote matters more than the experience.
Primaries and generals, I love voting and always have whatever the location and whatever the rules and procedures.
Oh and when we leave the polling place we get an oval "I voted" sticker with an American flag on it which is almost better than voting...I wear the sticker all day.
Seriously, voting is a sacred right and obligation and I'll honor that whatever the rules and procedures until the day I die.