I don't have any pictures yet, but I'll try to get them soon. In the meantime, here is the background story:
I live in the middle of nowhere, so finding and trying out english saddles or finding a saddle fitter is rare to none. I had to find a saddle with a small seat for my small butt, and a very forward flap for my oddly long upper leg. I wanted quality, but I had a limited amount of funds, so I was looking at used saddles. I found a Jeffries Flyover Monoflap on ebay
for $600. I love mono flaps, the saddle had a small seat and forward flap, and was a killer deal! Of course I kept my horse in mind. She's a warmblood, but looks more like a thoroughbred. I contacted the seller, and the seller said it had a medium tree, and she used it on her thoroughbreds. I figured it'd work and took a chance.
The pannels are stuffed nice, and it leaves clearance above her whithers. There's also a wide channel for plenty of spine clearance. However, it seems too wide on the sides of her whithers. Also, the saddle has a tendency to slip forward onto her shoulders. I tried it with a whither relief half pad to give more bulk in the front which seemed to help, but of course a pad isn't going to solve the real problem.