In preparation for my trip to NYC at the end of the month, I swapped out my Odyssey 99er for a more comfortable seat. I love my 99er, but it really wasn't meant to actually be sat on. I'm going to be riding pretty much all day every day while on the east coast, so I need something that won't destroy my nether regions.
Check this out though... it literally took me 20 minutes to change my seat. That's not an exaggeration. The seatpost that I have has a total of 8 tiny, independent pieces that all have to be held together in perfect alignment in order to get the screws to go through everything. Completely ridiculous. I'm sure I could have done the job much faster if I had either a doctorate in mechanical engineering or an extra pair of arms and hands, but I have neither of those things, so by the time I was done I was feeling pretty pissed off at people who design bike parts.