Caledonian Sleeper launched its brand new trains on the Lowlander service on 28 April. Introduction on the Highlander services should follow in a few weeks.
The whole process of travelling by sleeper has been re-thought:
The initial runs got a bad press due to serious delays, and there were some teething problems. Once the stock has settled down, and any remaining problems have been ironed out, the new trains should attract people who've not used sleepers before. Although the fares seem high at first glance, the 'room supplement' easily equates with the cost of a hotel room, plus taxis, especially in London or Edinburgh, and they start to look good value.