05-16-2005, 08:27 AM
I'm renovating my 100 year old house, which includes a bathroom with the original sink with a fluted column. My plumber suggested a St. Thomas toilet (such as the Mayfair) which has a fluted bottom that would coordinate. I had originally planned on a Toto G-max (my daughters are first rate cloggers despite my admonitions to flush early and often). Any idea what the quality of the St. Thomas is, relative to the Toto G-max (say, the Dartmouth)?