I went through the same thing you are. It's very hard to figure out what will work the best for you until you cough up the money and put the seat on your bike and try it out. I battled between Lepera, Corbin, Saddleman and Mustang. I finally decided on a Corbin Gunfighter seat for a couple of reasons. 1- I wanted a seat that was supportive (not cushy) in the lower back. 2- I wanted a seat that would not turn my butt numb after 45 minutes of riding (stock Night Train seat is the Badlander) 3- I didn't want a huge, puffy touring seat. I wanted something that was low profile and maybe accent the lines of the bike. And that's exactly what I got. If you are considering a Corbin seat, know this. Their seats are pretty stiff because they distribute your weight around a larger portion of the seat so you don't get those "hot spots" or numb spots. They claim a 2000 mile break-in so the seat can form to you, I found it to be broken in after around 1000 miles. I'm very happy with seat. I hope this helps!!