Better Versys seat
I bought an Airhawk. It takes a while to get the air adjusted just right. Less air is better because otherwise you will be doing a lot of rocking back and forth. Rode this way for a while but there was still the forward tilt that many have complained about.
The Aithawk has a zipper and when unzipped the air bladder can be removed. I bought a round foam cushion at a discount store that was 13" in diameter and 2 1/2 inches thick. Tried to pick as firm as possible. Then with a knife I tapered the back 1/3 of the foam. I left the front part at 2 1/2 inches thick. I put this inside the zippered Airhawk with the bladder on top and the tapered part of the foam facing to the rear.
Now much more comfort and no forward tilt! The 13" X 2 1/5 inch foram was only $2. The airhawk purchased on line was $130. I feel like I could ride for days with this combination.
The seat height is raised slightly. I am 6 feet tall and 32 inch inseam and I cannot flatfoot both feet but can 3/4 flatfooted with both feet. Before the modification I could flatfoot with both feet.
The other big improvement is more thigh support. This is really noticeable on longer rides and greatly adds to the comfort level.
However if you are one that slides on the seat to the left and to the right on fast turns this may not work for you.
The Airhawk attaches with a couple of straps that go under the stock seat and can be removed for shorter riders. It is not a permanent modification. But I use it all of the time now.