I'll admit it...I'm not wheelchair bound or differently-abled. And yet, I still end up using the door with the chair when I have to number 2 in a public building. The extra space lets a man breathe a little. The seats are ocassionally a bit higher, which is slightly more comfortable for me. Private sinks and paper towels/ hand dryers also seem to be the norm. Plus, in all my years, I don't think I've ever emerged from the 'H-stall' to discover some guy in a wheelchair waiting for the use of it. I respect the designated parking places, and rarely sit in the 'blue area' of a theatre, but I think that more people than just the disabled should get to take advantage of one of the few comforts a public restroom offers. Who's with me? -Tony! Not meaning 'with me' with me...there's only so much room, even in the handistall.