Has anyone got these? What sort of space is left in the middle seat once.. umm.. erected? I'm seriously considering an E-Class, but I'm really struggling to fit my 3 children into one. I've had a demo car for the past 4 days, and this weekend I really struggled. Children are aged: 7 (booster seat) 3 (fwd facing seat, verging on a booster) 2 (fwd facing seat) The only way I could make it work this weekend, was to put the youngest in his rear facing seat, but that's not a long term solution. With two front facing seats plugged into the isofix system my 7 year old couldn't even squeeze in (and he's skinny!). My only hope is the integrated car seats - looking at photos it they appear less bulky and to take up much less room than standard fwd facing car seats. My plan would be to have the two eldest in this, with the youngest strapped in to a fwd facing seat in the middle seat position - but I've no way of telling whether this is physically possible. Has anyone else managed to cram 3 kids into an E Class? I'd appreciate any tips/advice, as I'd really rather not venture down the French bus/S Max road. Oh, I know the E-Class estate does have the option for 2 rear facing seats, but I've ruled this out for 1 reason, price. This would be a company car, and when you factor in the additional cost of an Estate, plus the £800+ for rear seats the price jumps up. Even more so when you consider that the rear seats aren't compatible with the hybrid (which is the one I'm looking at) - so the tax just goes through the roof for any non-hybrid model. Any tips would be appreciated!