At least you have a shoulder belt. Our '02 only has lap belts and they're anchored to the seat frame, not the MH structure. We feel partly undressed after so many years in cars that had 3-point inertia-reel belts.
I don't have a lot of faith in Flexsteel's seat structure to restrain us in a wreck. The seats are basically a POS - uncomfortable, ergononomic disasters. They're much too long in the cushion, have no vertical adjustment and the pseudo-leather is very unpleasant in warm weather. I can't drive much over two hours without getting cramps in my hamstring muscles. DW's feet don't even touch the floor - she uses a footstool. On our last trip, the swivel on the driver's seat would no longer latch in the forward (driving) position, something that's on the "to-do" list for the off-season.
I wish I could afford to replace them with the type of Recaro seats that were in the transit coaches I drove. Maybe I should go to a bus wrecking yard and see what I can find!
Frank and Eileen
No longer RVers or FR owners