Ive been bugging out lately on the advantages of sitting down while playing at practice. I have yet to sit for a show but at some point can see myself sitting for at least a portion of a show. The benefits of sitting are,you get to use all four limbs. I find I can keep better time while tapping both feet. If you have a lot of pedals like me, you don't have to worry as much about standing on one foot while you're going from the left side distortion pedal to the far right volume pedal. Also you can hit two pedals at the same time. And if you have the crazy pipedream that I have, you get to play your synth pedals(one of those crazy things like the pedals on old school organs) On a physiological level, your body isn't working as hard fighting the universal laws of gravity so in a small way there is more energy for focused and creative thought that can be applied to playing. Plus if your sitting and a song comes up with not a lot of pedal dancing you can get up and rock out! The occaisonal downside is that on slow ambient songs it can be tempting to doze off. This has really happened to me in practice(probably the beer and reefer though combined with a long day and no hot chicks in the front row giving you the eye). I cant really think of too many other cons. Maybe if you've got a stool made of rock you might get a little uncomfortable. With standing, your always standing. Your feet and legs can get tired. You can fall over much more easily. I guess my conclusion is to have both options available for prime efficiency. Thoughts anyone?????????