When I used to nonrev to my condo on Captiva Island, Florida, the only thing we used to put into RSW were MD-80's and 727s. 1 out of every 3 trips I would get a First Class seat, which was excellent on both aircraft, but more often than not I would find myself stuck in row 31/32 on either aircraft. On many of our 727s, the next-to-last row was the designated exit row for the 2L hatch. It was nice to get the extra legroom and slide pack as a footrest, but the drone of those Pratts were awful (today that sound is soothing, now that most of our beloved 27's are baking in some desert out West), and made those little "picnic basket" (anyone remember those?) lunches almost indigestable. The MD-80s were the same story, and that terrible excuse for a bulkhead seat that was row 31 continues to give me cramps just thinking about it. Those flights were short, however, and the paradise that awaited me on Captiva made those flights a small price to pay. Still, the 737-800s are a godsend, especially now that the ships with the Mid-Cabin lav are bringing a bunch more First Class seats into the running.