Hi everyone. I have been reading these forums and, having been convinced that you all are the experts, I now come seeking your help. A year ago we hired a contractor to remodel our bathroom. Our home was built in 1959 and the bathrooms are tiny, so we added some space-saving features, one of which was installing a granite banjo countertop for the vanity and drawer, which the toilet fits underneath. (similar to attached pic) Rather, the toilet was SUPPOSED to fit underneath. The measurements were done incorrectly, and now we are stuck with the problem of the toilet being set too far back underneath the drawer. The toilet's lid and seat can only be lifted to approximately 85 degrees upright before they knock against the drawer above it, meaning that they definitely do NOT stay up on their own. This is a ridiculous inconvenience that must be remedied, only the contractor said it would cost about $1000 to tear up the floor/ceiling and move the plumbing again, and he was "not interested" in spending that amount. (He did not accept responsibility for his miscalculation, even though the bathroom was completely gutted and every bit of work in there was done by him and his crew from scratch.) So, in order to avoid spending another $1000 (with a new contractor) to relocate the toilet, I'm wondering if there are other, simpler, options. We really only need the toilet pulled forward by 1-2 inches, max, to allow the lid to open to a bit past 90 degrees and stay up on its own. I know about the offset flange, but from what I read, this solution is really not ideal (and may still require tearing up the floor and adding cost?). 1.) If we put a 10" rough-in toilet on a 12" rough-in (which is what we have in the floor currently), does that only increase the gap behind the toilet (not an issue for us, since the toilet is somewhat hidden under the countertop and drawer), or does it also shift the bowl/lid/seat 2 inches forward? (which is what we want!) Alternatively... 2.) Is there a small round toilet that you know of that would clear 29.5 inches height with the toilet seat raised? Please help - I appreciate your expertise and time so much!