I've read that it's confusing to some reader to move the POV around during a scene, are there some guidlines to this? For example; I start a scene written from character A's point of view. He's driving towards his new apartment, and I write the scene through his eyes as I describe the apartment and surrounding grounds. Describe his feelings on moving to a new place and meeting new people etc etc... I then want to switch POV to inside the apartment where I describe Character B, and record his reaction to first meeting his new roommate, A, who is now coming through the front door carrying all of his belongings. Are these two seperate scenes even though they flow directly from one to another? If this is fine, what might be an example of something to avoid?