Hi all, I'll try not to make this a wall of text... - I sit in my chair for extended periods every day, 18 hours is not uncommon. - I ideally want something with a mesh or leather base, or at least something "breathable" - My faux suede Kashmir didn't smell too hot after 100,000 hours... - I am heavily built and broad shouldered, so I can't have a seat which pushes on my shoulder blades - Around the £200 mark +/- a reasonable amount for the right seat - I get a £100 contribution from my company if I provide a VAT receipt, so second hand Herman Miller/etc might not work. - It needs to lock upright and have a "sprung tilting" function, which I think most have. - Adjustable flat topped arms I have looked at: - Staples Hyken - Seemed to tick all of the boxes, then I noticed it is no longer available in the UK... - 'Alto' mesh managers chair - Looks OK, questionable quality, can't find any reviews. - Various SIHOO or Hbada ergo chairs - They look very good, but plenty say they are badly made or too small for your average "European" - Ikea Markus - Lots of recommendation for this one, but it doesn't look like it has much lumbar support? - Ergo-Tek mesh manager chair - Seems like a good option, reviews seem good, only downside is the fabric base. But I'm sure its breathable fabric unlike the Kashmir? - Second hand Herman Miller Mirra - I know these are more comfortable than they look, but they don't have head/neck support, and I would also need to get it from a VAT registered company. Anyone have any recommendations, glowing reviews, ones to avoid? I'm not interested in all the faux leather racer style chairs, although that DOOM one looks pretty amazing. It may be possible to talk me into spending more... But not Aeron money.