Kitten Val is correct - best saddle fits (is comfortable) for you and your horse (and your budget).
I own 2 Verhans but I hear the Hennig is one of the best dressage saddle around - although some people don't like them and they are expensive. I prefer the Verhans since the tree can be changed to fit the horse. Over time the dressage horse, when ridden correctly, will develop topline - and that changes the saddle fit. So instead of changing saddles every time my mare developed more muscling I purchased a Verhan and have the saddler some and evaluate the saddle's fit - then either reflock it (minor adjustments) or take it back to his shop to widen the tree and make room for her additional muscling.
Dressage is for Trainers!