"That takes alot research and having friends that have roadstars with all the various types of seats you are interested in...because each seat will sit differently on each bike, and thats why the criteria would only be limited to roadstars in our case...I like mustang myself but thats only my opinion..."
I agree it takes some research and experimenting but to ask the question of which seat is better than the next accomplishes nothing because we're all different in body structure and what we prefer when it comes to comfort and needs in a seat. I currently have a Saddlemen Profiler on my bike because I think it looks cool and my riding is limited to weekends this time of year with the weather and limited daylight. Would I go on a long ride with it? Hell no!! 2 hours max for that type of seat. It's a subjective question and to simply go out and drop $500-700 on a seat based on others opinion of what they like only to find out it's not the seat for you would be a waste of time and money, cheers....Major