As airlines try to crowd more and more seats into, what to me are already, too crowded planes, this subject is going to be more and more touchy. I have had the opportunity to do a LOT of flying in my life, starting when I was a child, because my dad worked for the airlines. Also as a result of that I got to do a lot of First Class flying, where there has always been lots of room. I love window seats but have gotten to the point where if I'm not flying either first or business class, and I can't afford this very often, and I'm not flying with Donna I will ask for an aisle seat so I disrupt as few people as possible if I need to get up. No I don't like it when someone reclines in my face but there isn't much I can do about it. And yes the flight attendants should ask these people to bring their seats upright during meal and beverage service. If the seat in front of me is reclined and I have to get up I can't do that from a reclining position myself so I may have to disturb that person to get out of and back into my seat. As I've aged I'm not as flexible as I once was. Yes, I do believe we need a lot more courtesy on flights, especially those of the short variety but unless the airlines quit trying to crowd more seats on the plane I fear this is something we will just have to live with.