If you're looking for a chair that will make you feel like Han Solo piloting the Millenium Falcon, this is not your chair. However, if you're a tallish sort of bloke or blokess needing firm but not unforgiving padding and good lumbar support, this is your baby. It arrived today and I've just finished assembling it. Two black marks – one for the horrendous amount of foam and polythene-based plastic it came wrapped in. Seriously- There was enough plastic waste in the box to kill an entire pod of dolphins. In this day and age, just not good enough. The other, minor niggle was the fittings pack was three flat washers short. Not the end of the world or anything, but not perfect either. Assembly was pretty straightforward – I only swore a couple of times, while attaching the back to the seat, so that's usually a pretty good sign. The back is fully adjustable, so you can be all upright and Victorian school marm or slouch like a whiskey-soaked lounge lizard, it's up to you. For me, the neck pillow sits too low to be of much use, but us lanky persons are used to stuff not quite fitting. I'll have a fiddle with it later and see if I can persuade it up a centimeter or five. And if I drop the armrests to their lowest position I can slide the whole thing under my desk, which is cool. I bought this on impulse after my old chair, which wasn't all that old, broke a castor and I got sick of it ploughing up the carpet under my desk. I wouldn't pay any more than I paid for this one, but it definitely is a cut above any other computer chair I've rested my rotting old carcass on.