I have tried Brooks Swallow saddle, Williams saddle, Specialized Toupe. For me this is the most comfortable saddle. I never have saddle sores with this and I'm comfortable both on the rear part of the saddle and on the nose. I also don't get numb groin anymore either. I ride 6-10 hrs per week, 13 to 12 of that on the trainer and this works great for me. This saddle was a little hard on my butt initially, but it broke in really fast after the first week. Now I'm considering getting it for my commuter bike and my MTB (the just released Offroad version).
Haven't installed it yet, but I expect it'll be just like any other alloy handlebar. Bought this one because the top bar is flatish so I can get on it on my forearms while on the trainer at home for a change in position.
A saddle is one of the hard bike parts to find to your liking. I am an aggressive club cyclist about 6000 miles a year. I tried other brands, articles have talked about Power saddles, usually shorter length. I tried a couple but for me the shorter saddle hit me in an area that you do not want pressure. The Pro Stealth Saddle is 10 mm longer and solved the pain issue. You will need take your time finding position that agrees with you. The saddle cradles you (hence the reason for calling power saddle) feels like saddle gives you an area to hold you firmly to pedal with more power. The longer nose allows me to slide forward comfortably when needing more power to pedals. I ordered with stainless rails as I had issues on previous saddles with carbon rains. (breakingsplitting) Would be an almost perfect saddle if a little more flexibility. Maybe a carbon base. Padding makes comfortable. Weight is fine, to me comfort more important than saving an ounce or two. great saddle and price!