Thanks to Hoofprintsinthesand, I made a video as well. I don't know that I did a great job of it.. my horse is tall, and I'm short. :) But I did the best I could.
This is an M. Toulouse Premia (medium tree) that I'm test-riding. Here is what I noticed about the saddle: The wither clearance on my TB is better than any other saddle I've tried on him since I've had him. It's not on the video, but I did not see any bridging. He also doesn't seem quite so... annoyed... with this saddle as he was with the last few I tried. However, I think this saddle is too narrow. When I run my fingers down the front of the panels, they get stuck halfway down. You'll notice that on the video.
With that said... what do you think? Like I said, my gut feels this saddle is too narrow, so I will likely not be buying it. However, I'm afraid a wide tree will be way too wide. But I would really love some opinions so I have an idea of what looks good and bad on this saddle, thus hopefully giving me an idea of what to look for when I do buy one.