Has anybody looked closely at this image. It indicates the LEAF has more room than the Prius, but the image say's otherwise. If you open the .pdf file and look at the three images, the first one indicates more headroom. If you look at the black line versus the red line you can see the Prius is just a fraction lower than the Leaf and the Prius front seat is a fraction higher, so driver should have more headroom, but in the rear, the Prius roof-line is lower, but because of the batteries in the LEAF the leaf seat is way higher than the Prius. Far less rear headroom in the LEAF. Also, the rear passenger footwell is much higher in the LEAF due to the battery pack and so the knees are much higher which will feel more cramped. They also show, in the second slide, the Prius seat in the furthest rearward position, which is misleading since you can clearly see the steering wheel and pedals are in the same position as the LEAF, so you should not need the seat that far back in the Prius to match the LEAF. They are not correctly comparing the rear legroom and it seems to me the LEAF has less rear passenger legroom, not more. The Leaf also appears to have less rear passenger headroom and not more. The third slide is cargo room. The LEAF clearly has more cargo volume, but what is the red line that goes up to the back seat headrest? Do the seats not fold down to make the back area flat? Is there a cover for the "well" for cargo in the rear? Its nice having the option of extra depth, but a nice flat cargo area is also nice. From the images I've seen of the LEAF, I've always assumed there was a cover over a hidden cargo well in the back, and that the seats would fold down to create a large flat area like the Prius. This image indicates this might not be possible, which is confusing since the photos I've seen don't match.