New to me that is. I got it on a hot tip from a forum member (Thanks Barry!) that a friend of his sold his GT and had the seat leftover. A few emails and one paypal transaction later a box arrived at my doorstep(Thanks for the screaming deal Jim!). The first thing I got after swapping out the heated Ergo seat is that I got a "General Warning" from, I assume, disconnecting the Ergo from the bike. It came on at each startup throughout the day. I think I'll just have to live with it. The seat turned out to be the GT's missing link in my pursuit of the perfect motorcycle. I did nearly 300 miles and my butt didn't feel a thing! Not even a twinge and I'm REALLY picky about seats. It's an amazing level of comfort! It was the only glaring flaw I could find with the bike and now it's gone! Wow, that doesn't happen very often. I can finally move the bars back like I've always wanted to as well. The bucket in the Sargent gives me the ability to sit up in a natural position and the support and seat comfort to do so. Those of you wanting to sit more upright on your GT, this is the answer you're looking for. In a way I think it finally turned the GT into a touring bike for me. I'd be happy to do an Iron Butt on this bike now. Top marks from a guy that is very, very picky about seats. I'm happy and then some.