The new Boeing 787, which will replace the 767 with an aircraft boasting significant cost savings, will not be as comfortable for passengers as once thought. The plane was conceived to over 8-across seating in coach, with extremely wide 19" seats (about 2 inches wider than regular coach seats). However, about 2/3 of the airlines purchasing the planes have decided to jam in 9 seats with regular dimensions. On the plus side, the extra 21 passengers squished into the plane should (theoretically) keep fares low. And everyone likes that. Except the dude in the middle seat in the back.