I think the 400's stock seat is the best looking in its class, to bad it feels like crap, though I gotta say even though it feels like crap after 2 hours of riding you dont feel as bad as some bikes that feel comfortable yet 2 hours of riding feels like your ass is made out of gorilla glass
@Watcher905 I'm happy with the Corbin I bought 15+ years ago for my Superhawk, but the online reviews of Corbin's production quality and customer service have been generally abysmal over the past several years.
I'm *really* looking forward to replacing my Ninja 400's stock seat but I'll admit I'm nervous about going with a Corbin after reading recent reviews, though I have had very good interactions with Greg from Corbin via email. I'm a bit torn as to what to do. Sounds like they're not very willing to work with customers if there's something wrong with the fit & finish of their seats these days.