Very interesting, thanks a lot for the link man.I couldn't access the company web site but here are some reviews. I can't recall if I saw the medical testing in a sports medicine jounral or Outside/Men's Journal
A saddle is a very personal thing. One that fits my posterior and feels comfy to me may not fit you at all. Fit is the most important consideration when purchasing a saddle. Some manufactures like Specialized, have a fitting system to help select the proper saddle. You want a saddle that supports your sit bones. A saddle that's too narrow is going to feel like the "rock" that you described--Too wide and it's going to rub and chaff.I am looking for a relativly low profile comfortable seat. My current MTB has a seat that may aswell be a rock.
What do you guys suggest?