Due to an abundance of small people to house, my MH has a layout where the only seating in the back is a double dinette and a single dinette - no comfy "sofas" for us, and the cab seats don't swivel. The single dinette has low backed seats and is fairly comfortable, but they aren't travel seats and it becomes the bed for our youngest at night. The double dinette is also the travel seats. The seats are all high backed with headrests, and the backs are almost completely vertical - and hence very uncomfortable to sit in for a long period of time for us adults. The kids, luckily, find them OK as they have to sit in them for travelling. Beyond using lots of scatter cushions, has anyone made any adaptations to make these type of seats more comfortable? It seems to be a very common design, we can't be the only ones who find them uncomfortable! I guess the designers have the challenge of also making the cushions form a comfortable bed, which for most people means flat, hence heavily shaped cushions are out. In our case, we don't use this dinette as a bed so that's not a problem. Some sort of wedge behind the back cushion would seem to be the easiest solution, although it will make the seat base a bit short front to back. The seat base foam is a bit soft as well, I can get that changed if need be.