I spent the better part of today getting and installing the item shown at the above link.
A toilet, Aka: The crapper, the Porcelain God, the Illuminated Commode, the office chair.
This started out with my going to Lowe's to replace a toilet seat that had an ugly scratch at the back of it. I have no idea how it got there, probably using too much cleaner on it and it flaking off. But after promising the wife I would do it, I finally got around to it. When I got to Lowe's, I sort of fell in love with this toilet. It was so white and clean and shiny that I just had to have it. I bought the thing, a new "Pure White" baked enameled seat and a new supply line, and so it would all look new, a new supply water valve.
So home after lunch, I set out to install the whole affair. The iggy-yukkey part was takiing out the old one and cleaning the area, and getting ready to assemble and install the new one.
Took me a couple hours. About 4 pm I had the thing rockin and rollin. I even put a new "roll" of paper on the holder and promply locked the door. It sat well, and when I was done, the flush was pleasing and fast.
In the mid 70's, the energy crisis mandated a 1.6 gallon flush on all toilets, installed new or retrofitted. This is a 1.4(actually 1.28) gallon flush model, which is .2 gal less. I can tell you it works like greased bb's. On my old toilet I often had to double flush for a complete eraser of the contents. This one nearly sucks your hat off on the first flush. I can see $$$ savings on the way.
Now I already knew a lot about toilets. (Apartment Manager 101). I have fixed or replaced lots of both toilets and toilet parts. (Working on SOMEONE else's toilet sucks compared to working on your own). Toilets are really pretty easy to fix, except when the mounting ring breaks off at the floor. That means a toilet "pull", and hoping you can use one of those "repair rings" to refasten it. If the bolt is broken off and the floor is concrete, you could have troubles you don't want.
All in all I had a really nice Saturday. Some fun DIY. The pride of a new "potty", and a feeling of accomplishment and pleasing the wife by going above and beyond the call of duty.
(This was by the way "Call of Duty 4, Black Ops").
If your in the market for and shopping for a nice crapper, I highly recommend the one shown in the link. If any of you lived near me, I would invite you over for a drink and to see my new "Porcelain God",
(Don't worry--I did not make a Youtube video of the ordeal, and will not be asking you to watch such).