Send your seat to Russell Day Long. I have 3 of them on my current bikes, all heated, all very comfortable.
Have you ever ridden a 650 with a Day Long ? If so how do you compare the two ? To be honest the Corbin long looks like it would work for me , but all I hear is they are hard and stay hard forever . I'm finally getting around to getting some custom seats for my scoots , and I don't mind at all paying up for a good comfortable seat . A lot of people think these seats are terribly expensive , I'm not one of them (if it works). I've tried to build a seat for a Silverwing years ago and I still have the seat . I made it a lot better than the stock seat , but IMO it still isn't right or what I want . IMO paying around $1,000 for a well built seat that works for you is a bargain .Several different options and different folks like different ones. I'm partial to my Corbin long with back rest. Almost 110,000 miles of riding on it now.
That pretty much is it I think. The seat is built for the heinie of the person that is ordering it and most likely will not please everyone that tries it. I know that of the three that I had that for certain, the saddle felt odd at first but in a very short time the saddle and my buttocks were very happy with each other.However since the Day Long is custom built to fit the individual rider that may have just been how that particular seat was built.
I'm not so sure about that. 4 people in my local riding group have Corbin seats on their 650s and all like them. All have done several multiple day touring rides covering thousands of miles. But like you said each person is different and what works for one may not work for another.And I am not dissing Corbin as I have a leather one on my KLR 650 as well as one I sold last year and I like it just fine, but I think that you will find a great deal more satisfied RDL seat owners than you will Corbin owners.