You guys might remember my post in the plumbing forum about my bathroom renovation, but now I have a question specific to the tub. Since the bathroom is pretty narrow (~10' x only 57"), and tub length goes parallel with the long dimension of the room, I wanted to know if there was a soaking type tub that takes up the least width possible. I see the 30x60" tubs mostly only have 8-9" water depth when full, which is hardly worth soaking in. Is there a tub with this dimension that has a deeper water depth when full for soaking? I would just put a 32"x60" but I think every inch counts when you're talking about a 2 foot width when you step out of the tub.