I actually have my dream saddle right now.
It's not a brand name or anything, but it is a VERY well-made older Aussie (with no horn). I had to take it to the saddle shop on Saturday because the leathers were uneven and the left one needed a new hole in it, but I had neither the time nor equipment to do it properly (needed leather trimmed, resewn and the hole put in). The saddle shop guy just called me to discuss exactly what I wanted done with it (since he wasn't there Saturday) and he commented on what a nice saddle it is and in great shape, too. For me, the saddle fits Aires beautifully and fits me perfectly, which is all I really care about.