How does it come that you after my explanation you still reject the basics of choice and recommendations?
First things first, use your brains. Try to find parameters for choice, then try.
You make many mistakes in you post.
His criteria is not light an"d inexpensive, he talks about comfort. You missed the most importent parameter. It says something about your approach and the way you interpretate a question. Comfort will be achieved by the right fit/match with rear end. You also seems to never heard of elemination format in making choices. The 50/50 idea is grabbed out of thin air too. Calculation based on nothing.
"Its up to him what he dicides and not you." Just another stupid view on the matter.
I dont said one should not experiment with saddles. Its your limited view on my words that set you on the wrong foot.
How does it come that after my info you still don't see that for recommendations you need reference.
It's not an option but a necessity when you want to give a recommendation with is from any value.
Bikes evolve, cycling evolves, information is evolving but lots of people still follow stone age ways when they are out on a new products. It's time for people here to see the incompleteness in their thinking. Talking about high end equipment, teling themselves they are busy on advanced levels, think their talking and sdiscussion are on advanced levels. Often not true at all. Intelligent people/advanced thinkers use systems in their thinking, follow well thought out formats and never blindly follow only trial and error ways.
I dont have a problem with people that have a lack of insight or knowledge (we all need to learn and update ourselves) but I have with people with totaly fixed minds that after basic explanation still stuck in their incomplete views.
People should ask themselves the question:
What is the way to follow to get the best product that match my requirements, personal preferences, etc?
Instead of asking for the best this and that without any reference. For recommendations you need to have a certain input. Getting direction is the first step. Thats only a start btw. Being succesful is a choice. Choices need to be based on something, recommendations too . . .
Have a nice day.