The coach I bought had the J bench arrangement, which I liked the least, but it is what came with the coach I bought.
Soon, after much frustration with the sliding table arrangement, I began sketching out ideas for a new table. The existing table only allowed about 10-12" for someone to squeeze into the seat at the aft end, whether the table was pushed in or out.
....the blue tape was the conceptual new table .
While at Foretravel factory this winter, I began sketching ideas for a table with some similar characteristics of the one I built for my sailboat. One that could flip, drop or twist, for any needs.
I kept it simple but it works!
The main idea was to have a constantly good seating position at the table whether the slide was in or out. Secondly, the table surface area could be doubled for full table benefits.
I bought a sheet of 4' x 8' furniture plywood and a similar sheet of Formica that would match the Corian counters now in the coach, from Lowes.
All went well. Used the existing pedestal as the tables base, but added 4" in length to the table and always allowed 16" from seat back to table . This now allows comfortable seating.
another job done.....................