Now I realize that my old bike was 6” shorter than it should be for my torso!!
I turned it into a crank forward by building an offset adaptor for the new seat. Sitting up straight takes the pressure off my wrists. But to apply more pressure to the pedals I must lean forward a little, but hill climbing is easier than on my recumbent bike.
Now I must buy an X-tracycle add on to push the rear wheel back far enough to balance the weight between the wheels. I think it will be better if I just buy a new crank-forward bike.
They replaced the seat free, but I had to send the old one back because I don't have a working digital camera any longer. But just keep in mind that they are for light weight people. (250lbs max. and in the up straight position, maybe less).
Actually the butt will still roll side to side making this seat a waste of money. And I need to move from front to back for hill climbing; seats are useless for that also.
Even a cheaper seat like the CLOUD 9 http://cloud9seats.com/
can be better than the Hobson, if the nose is turned down enough.
And with extentions on the bars, hill climbing is easyer than ever.
Or try one of these Comfort Seats: http://www.thecomfortseat.com/