A couple of days ago I sent the following message to SeatGuru: On your web site, in the "flyout" descriptions of the Exit Rows (20 and 21) on the UA 737 aircraft (all former CO planes, I believe), it states "There is no floor storage for these seats during takeoff and landing". Is that really true? That is a statement I normally expect for a bulkhead seat, not an over-the-wing exit row seat. I am reasonably sure I have been on several of these 737s since the UA-CO merger, and they all had "floor storage" (or more precisely "storage underneath the seat in front of them").For example, look at "flyouts" for Rows 20 and 21 on this page. I got this response: It is not that these seats do not have storage space available under the seats, it is is that during certain parts of the flight, namely takeoff and landing, you are not allowed to store your belongings there. (My emphasis.)Has anyone ever been told they can't store belongings under the seat in front of them during takeoff or landing when in Rows 20 or 21 seats on these 737s? (That is, of course, as long as the belongings fit entirely under the seat in front of you and don't block exiting the row.) I don't believe the statement of "There is no floor storage for these seats during takeoff and landing" should be in the Exit Row seat descriptions, particularly not exclusively in the Exit Row description (since all rows have restrictions during takeoff and landing). Agree or disagree?