The other day we were killing time at a truck service center and became intrigued by high end truck seats that seem to deliver a lot more for the money than the captain's chairs sold for RV use. For example, an absolute, top-of-the-line seat, National's Admiral CT can be purchased in real leather for ~$1800 (plus freight) and it includes a "cooling system", a huge array of adjustments and a shock absorbing suspension. It even has a swivel so it could be turned around just like most other Class A seats. Here's a link to a place that sells them: 40149/40179 Admiral CT Commercial Truck Seat
Has anyone used a seat like this in a Class A? The only thing I can see that we would lose would be the power footrest on the passenger's seat. compared to the price for new Villa seats in Ultraleather these seem like a bargain. Am I missing something?