One of my long running pet peeves is the blatant ignorance that seems to always go into designing a bathroom stall. Of the many problems (no hooks behind the door, stall too narrow, stall to large, toilet to high or low, rolls that will not roll) by far the worst in my opinion is the toilet paper dispenser placement. It never fails that although you must pull the paper out the bottom of the dispenser, it is always bolted to the wall at knee level. This results in bending yourself in two while desperately trying to pull the paper out straight so it doesn't rip as well as trying to keep the two inches that are free of the dispenser from mopping the ground. Of course, this is all in foot-gap view of the occupant in the next stall.
Yesterday I found it. I could not believe my eyes. After years of searching, I have finally found a stall with correct proportions, a proper toilet, and a toilet paper dispenser that I could pull from without joining the circus!
I did not check for changing tables. I didn't want to ruin their batting average.