What do you sit on?

As my system has improved I am spending more time listening but my "sweet spot" is not as comfortable as I would like. I'm looking at new chairs, recliners, etc.  This is one topic I have not seen discussed on Audiogon. What kind of chair, perhaps what specific manufacturers are favored by experienced audiophiles? Maybe a little crowd sourcing in this area might turn up some overlooked gems in the way of listening room furniture.
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@cal91....when cables, amps, speakers, and the like lose their appeal as an item of discussion, moving on to 'seating' seems a good target. ;)

For those with physical issues, there is a definite comfort issue.  And my sympathy goes out to them.....from one with none.  And good luck seeking respite and comfort....

Me?  2 office style swivel chairs and a chaise lounge, dependent on location....when I'm not afoot.

All of which supports tush just fine...including 'afoot', which keeps it small as a potential target....*L*
Every once in a while people put out nuggets of information that may be of use to others. For example, I never considered the fabric choice on your seating arrangement to have an effect on sound quality. For people with exceptional hearing that might be something to consider. For me, unfortunately, I doubt I would be able to discern any difference thanks to age-related hearing loss and tinnitus. It's annoying, but it doesn't keep me from enjoying my music. @dekay: I'm sorry to hear about your back problems. I'm dealing with cervical radiculopathy (pinched nerve that radiates down the arm) which hopefully will go away, but nothing as serious as you describe. Hope it turns out OK.
Check out "The Oslo Collection" by MAC MOTION CHAIRS. They have quite a few models of leather recliners with memory foam (+ ottoman). One of their models resembles a Recaro racing seat. All of my guest(s) make a b-line for that chair, and for good reason! 
@ tt1man - I bought my wife a saddle chair for her dental hygiene work, it's really quite good for her sitting 8 hours a day hunched over patients.
Made in Norway!