I have spent enough time on the KTM accessory “Ergo Comfort” seat (from KTM dealers; $190) to offer an opinion. Bottom line: It’s an improvement over the stock saddle for longer rides, thanks to it having more surface area under the rider and nicely firm gel support. That altered shape feels odd at first, but it at least gives you a slightly larger platform without adding any apparent seat height. Where the stocker can feel a bit thin after a long, long day, the Ergo saddle has you ready for more. And while the accessory seat is not as slim or as easy to move around on as the stocker, I’d still be inclined to have one and save it for longer trips so I could leave the original item on for commuting and weekend rides. At less than $200, at least this accessory seat is affordable. And it fits the bike beautifully.