Well, it arrived today!!!!! Yes!!!! I got home from work and there was the tell tale sign in a well wrapped and protected box. The Renazco has arrived!!!! I have compiled a series of photos for you to peruse. These photos are taken with my F800GS. I can, upon request, do the same photo compilation with my wife's F650GS (twin) in case anyone wants to see this. I had James build my seat based on a 33" inseam with a weight of 205 lbs. My seat was delayed by 2 weeks from the promised timeline. This, however, is NOT due to James not following through with his promises. It was due to James having had an opportunity to spend some quality time on an F800GS and learning some things about the bike and its ergonomics which caused him to restructure how he builds the seat. I am, therefore, not at all concerned by the delay. James did a fantastic job of communicating with me concerning my wants and desires on the seat and its construction material. For example, I wanted a suede seat as I love the look of them and their function is very good having used one on a friend's KTM950 Adventure a while back. Unfortunately, James would not do suede on this seat due to the design and stresses placed on the materials. He indicated that the seat would not hold up with time and use. Instead, he offered a faux suede for the sides. I have to say, I am VERY impressed. The seat does nothing but exude high quality. It is constructed very well with plenty of attachment points to keep the material where it belongs, on the seat. The stitching is perfect. It looks like a high end vehicle interior when it comes to construction. It is that good! So, here are the comparison shots for you. If anyone needs a differnt angle, etc. just let me know and I'll do my best to get something for you. As the seat relates to height form stock difference I ask that you look at the pictures and compare the backdrop to the seat for a reference. I tried to keep the camera at the same angle and height between pics. I do not have a tripod so it's about as good as it will get. Here ya go! Low seat Regular seat Renazco Seat Low Seat Regular Seat Renazco Seat Here are some different angle shots of the Renazco. I have no seat time yet. I can say that the initial feel from sitting on it is an improvement. The angle appears to eliminate the uncomfortable stock seat feeling and the material feels better. Not just the outer shell but the inner foam. It appears the my weight is better supported which, should, in turn eliminate "hot spots" and butt squirm. Of course, time will tell but I am initially VERY impressed. I give Renazco a solid 2 thumbs up. More to follow after I have had some ride time.