I went with Corbin young guns. Most rides are 4-6 hours, no wind screen. Many on the forum have recomended a backrest. I wanted something close to the 900 custom stock look with room for the occasional short passenger ride and able to add driver backrest.
The Corbin has been a good choice, hard at first but gets better with every ride. Had tried stock seat modification and air hawk first, better than stock but nothing like the Corbin.
I was also considering the 2 seats you are looking at but after looking at a lot of reviews decided on the Corbin for my riding needs. I am sure just about any quality after market seat will be an improvement over the stock seat.
I had the Mustang seat on my 900. It sits a bit taller, but is a world of difference over the stock seat. It's a wonderful seat and makes the butt time a lot better. I went from hurting after an hour to riding all day without any pain.
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