I didn't necessarily mean it like that thgouh. I was often on trains where there would be 4 seats where there were 2 seats with another 2 facing those and a table in between. Our reservations were set up weird where my travel companion and myself would never be sitting next to or across from one another and we'd end up diagonal of one another. We usually either wanted to sit next to each other or across from one another (since I had long legs, we figured it would be nicer if I randomly played footsy with her versus someone who I didn't know at all). And I was really surprised at the number of people who seemed to be very picky about which exact seat was theirs when I didn't really see a difference in the seats at all but then again, maybe I'm just really easygoing about that kind of thing or maybe it's just a cultural difference or something.I will admit that going from Nice to Rome in a sitting car overnight designed for 3 people and starting out with 6 people in there was not fun at all especially when one of those people in particular didn't even seem to have a ticket, but he eventually left, so it worked itself out.