Well, some times it's worthwhile to check the story behind old things.
The seats I ordered in the US had a funny story behind. It all stated when I ordered the seats. I was told that they where from a old MD-87 which has been scrapped. Once I received them I checked the serial numbers on the seats. It seems that they where produced back in June 1994, and the "pillows" where replaced in 2007. Nothing else was traceable to the aircraft it self.
After a couple of weeks the old MD-87 seats are now installed and nearly as new. My wife has worked hard to re-cover the two seats and it's with a great result. Fun to work with professional material even that it's 25 years old.
The chairs have been washed and spray painted with RAL-7011. The seat rails are homemade based on two pieces of aluminium put together. I have reused the original locks. In the MD they did not go straight back but out to each side....
Just updated my MIP PC to Windows 10 so both PC's in my cockpit runs Windows 10. All went fine until I should install my ARCARS Printer Britek WH-E19. The installation process runs but just finish without installing the driver.
Found that the reason was due to a unsigned driver, Windows 10 don't like that !!