I was only home in Thailand for a few of days after my trip to the USA and was busier than a one armed paper hanger setting up my new condo. I did put the seat on and it felt good on the couple short rides I got in, the wife said the pillion was much better than stock. The reach to the ground is about another inch so I am on the balls of my feet now instead of nearly flat footed and I admit to having a 30" inseam. It mounted up perfectly, it secures with just the key so easy to change back and forth with the stock seat. Corbin says it takes time to mold to your ass too and that it gets more comfortable with time so it should be great on the long rides. Damn work in Iraq is interfering with my riding time but trying to bank a little more cash before I quit working for good. Sorry, I forgot the pictures of the seat on my camera which I left at home so I will just put this old one without the top box up. I brought some R&G Frame Plugs, Tank Traction Grips and Boot Guards; Denali Horn; Brake light modulator, Exhaust Valve Bypass, Throttle Spacers, Kaoko Throttle Lock, and Puig Short Dark Screen and Light Smoke Touring Screen back from the USA and didn't have time to put any of them on, I promise pictures next time!!!. The wife is happy the condo is all set up though! Have a cold one for me I'm in a dry camp, no beer until my next trip home in February or March, Cheers!