Very few people have it all that easy at Oxford. Workload varies by course, and mine is one of the harder ones; there are often several lectures each day, with 2000-3000 word essays due twice a week. If you don't procrastinate you can do very well, but with all the amazing extra-curricular activities the university offers it can be hard to prioritise or achieve a good balance.
The content of the course is hugely interesting, so no regrets there. The tutors and lecturers involved are all clearly very enthused to be sharing what they know on their subjects, and it's infectious!
Feedback on my course is interesting, because unlike most other subjects we don't get number-based marks; instead we tend to just have some comments at the end. This policy was created to prevent students obsessing over subjective marking, but sometimes students can feel frustrated not to have a clear idea of how they are progressing over time.
The course-specific facilities are somewhat less than impressive. Our faculty is tiny, hidden away behind much nicer buildings, and contains a lecture room and a very small library. Being an interdisciplinary course we end up sharing labs, libraries and tutorial rooms with students from all over the university, and in a way that's a good thing; you have an excuse to enter more of the colleges. On the downside it would be nice to have a bigger subject-dedicated library.