I had to log in just for this thread, lol. 1st a rough out seat will get smooth with use. Depending on what type of smooth seat you have, it can be "roughed"
There is a reason that Jeys saddles cost more and are worth more than Teskey's. I have never owned a Teskey's nor have I heard anything really bad about them, but everyone I know who has bought one eventually "upgrades".
I would say, if the Teskey's fits your horse *and* you feel comfortable riding in it, then it's a good deal. If not, keep looking. Depending on the seat size you need, I have a roughout for sale and I know of at least 5 others priced nicely for sale by friends down south.
(darn phone posted before I finished)
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