Iberia's fleet isn't exactly what you'd call new. Don't get me wrong, it's not bad, just not the best out there. The nicest plane they operate trans-Atlatnic are thier A343s. Problem is that it is only operated on MIA-MAD, and it is the "Midnight Madrid Express" flight. So it leaves Miami at midnight (MIA is an IB hub, and the late flight is for passengers who arrived on late-afternoon flights from Central America). If you want a new plane, then avoid IB, and look at flying DL, AA, or CO (they usually operate 772s on EWR-MAD, but currently use old DC10s). I've never flown an IB 763, but they are the younger ones. I have flown the 742s, and they are not bad at all. Well kept and clean, but the 80s look shows. No PTVs. Maybe on A343s in 1st Class, but that's about it. IB is in the midst of replacing thier fleet, though, starting with last months' replacement of thier Miami-based MD87 fleet with A319s. Rumour is that they will replace thier 742s with A345s and A346s, however, Boeing is opening an office in Madrid, so that might change. I really hope they get some 744s. Seeing those IB 742s at MIA is a gorgeous sight.