My home theater is small and intimate. It works best with an audience of one - me.
I can accommodate up to 5 if I have to, but now three people can sit in the luxurious comfort of Fusion Tributes. (My projector is in the next room, shining through the wall behind the seating.)
The chairs arrived two days ago, and I'm very impressed. They're extremely comfortable, classy looking and smell great.
My space is small, and the Escapes would have crowded it a bit, so the Tributes were the solution that worked best for me. I installed ButtKicker Minis in each. The plate in the bottom is pre-drilled, so it went fast. When I remodeled last summer, I made provisions for the ButtKicker when the cabling went in. All the wiring (electrical and speaker cables) is tucked neatly behind the seats.
The Tribute headrest is "infinitely" adjustable - that is, it can be manually positioned anywhere you want it within its range of movement and stays that way until you move it back with your head or hands. It works very well, without inadvertent re-positioning. The power recline mechanism takes ~7 seconds, up or down. It's very smooth.
I watched Gravity in 3D last night, and the glasses are charging in the arm chambers via the USB ports. They're a great convenience. The chambers are deep enough to hold the substantial trays that ship with the units. The pneumatic cylinders that lift the arm rests work quite well, too. They're a good touch. (I would have preferred black trays, but that's a quibble. I can fix it.)
My experience with Roman was every bit the pleasure that I kept reading over and over in this thread. He's a real professional. I consider this one of the best additions ever to my home theater and have no trouble adding my name to the long list of AVSers who recommend Roman.