So after quite the ordeal, Saddlemen found out that their mold pan for the 2012+ seats must have been dropped in production and that's why the Adventure Track i got was so ill fitting. They gave me a choice of seat as compensation for my original run in with their customer service (where we had a bit of a "mis-communication,") and I chose to replace the Adventure Track with an Adventure Tour.
Saddlemen made a new mold, they made me a new Adventure Tour, and today I got it. It's PERFECT. And more importantly, it's the seat I've been looking for. I will test it out on a few trips and see how it does past 60 minutes.
The Track was good, but I wasn't sure about the suede and the rain and I was looking for more of an on-road mile gobbler than an off road ride hard seat.
The Sargent seat I saw was less comfortable to me than the stock seat, and even more insubstantial if that is possible. It just seemed really flimsy and the comfort was worse than stock for me. I could see where the stock seat could work well if I wasn't 200+ pounds.
I have no experience with the Corbin's they look pretty good.
But if someone is looking for a good inexpensive long distance seat made more substantially than the stocker, Give the Adventure Tour a shot. I can't wait to get some miles on it, but just sitting in the garage, it's shaped right and the foam is stiff like my Mustang seat on my Vulcan.
Nice job Saddlemen, you guys came through in the end and that's what counts. Service above and beyond. We all make mistakes, not everyone makes it right as they should, Saddlemen did good. Thanks Thomas at Saddlemen!