I grew up in the "truth" and I always picked different locations to sit in.
But in the past few congregations I have served in I have noticed that the P.O. sits always in an aisle seat, and always near the front, so he can be ready to take over since he is the P.O., after all. Actually, he doesnt sit all that much, he is usually in the back of the Hall talking with other brothers and reading letters and papers.
At bookstudy at the KH, they sat on the platform, while everyone else sat in the seats, presumably so they can see everyone.
But the worst is at elders' meetings, where the P.O. would always sit apart from everyone, and have a table loaded with books, notebooks, letters, papers and folders. As we would comment, he would often shuffle papers and folders. Even when the C.O. would visit, he would try to sit apart from the rest of us.
As has been brought out in other threads, we all told the worldly people that we have no clergy, but no one ever sat in the P.O.'s spot when I was growing up.
What's up with the P.O. in your Hall?