OK, the Toto sounds like a good replacement for my old American Standard that barely gets down #1. Some people have mentioned that rarely plunging is required, and the best technique is to put some water in and plunge with short strokes. Some have also mentioned that the plunger does not fit will on some new toilets and a closet snake is required (which I would like to avoid). My point is that most plungers are round and might fit/seal a round bowl better on these rare occasions. So if plunging is required, would it be easier to do in a round Toto toilet or elongated Toto one?? Or is there no difference in plunger sealing in practice?? Any advice appreciated before I buy.