Well, I checked out Sargents seats on this site, an maybe people did not use their 30 day trail to its advantage. A $350 softball mitt takes 30 days to break in, so a $350 seat may need to be broken in as one member here said from having one for a while.
Ebay had them for about $350 lowered (all this lowering and rising stuff changes with every other additional piece - ??) Except, they are still sitting on a fence post seat design (see below.)
ANYWAY, I saw my favorite design to date (For BMW F650, F800, Suzuki DL650, and Kawasaki KLR650,... Dang it! No Vs. 650) They are Saddlemen seats styled like a BMW G450X craddle seat styled like a Spider Flex bicycle seat (the ONLY way I can ride a bicycle!) It's the inverse of riding on fence post, for men or women. I have always thought they looked like the perfect motorcycle seat, or the closest design to the SpiderFlex bicycle seat for motorcycles. The dual rail means you can sit all over it in different positions track racing or touring in comfort, changing positions to maintain circulation in all parts of your bottom and legs (even sitting in a perfect position is not perfect forever and will cut circulation off anywhere bones are bottomed out at.)
I did ergonomics, work physiology, time/methods/posture/repetition, and other anatomical designs in manufacturing operations of all types. Then I was forced to look at bicycles when I had problems riding without getting cramps in my tail bone. Now I may be ready to see if I can get a Saddlemen seat, my long time favorite from a CA BMW dealer web site. Hopefully it should not be too different between a KLR and/or a BMW 650?? BUTT (ha ha), it should be obviously the theoretical best motorcycle seat design to anyone who knows about Spiderflex bicycle seats (I mean it's not that difficult, hanging or crushing your privates, and comfortable ways to change seating positions...duh!)
Anyway, from many aspects, the Saddlemen track seats (made for dual purpose bikes generally) are the best designed seat for man and woman for any kind of motorcycle riding. It should theoretically raise anyone's maximum seat time touring in significantly more comfort