Looks a bit goofy strapped to the VFR seat, but the results are amazing. 12 hours of seat time yesterday and no squirming around trying to relieve numbness and pain. Usually after about 3 hours I start standing up on the pegs every 10 mins or so. For those not familiar with the Airhawk, features built in grundle cooling by way off mesh sides that allow air to pass through and underneath your posterior helping reduce swamp ass on those summer rides. The R version has a center channel of nothing designed to provide room for man parts, unlike the standard one. Also works as a really effective shock absorber, bumps in the road that might otherwise tweak the jewels and give you a bit of a tummy ache are effectively reduced. Totally recommend trying one out before dropping coin on a Sargent seat or similar that may or may not work.