Not my horse, she's my friend's horse. I count myself lucky to get to enjoy her. She is stunning inside and out.
And in 20 years of looking, I have never found a saddle in my budget that fits my leg. If it fits my butt, I don't get enough flap, and if I have enough flap, I swim in the seat. I tend to go with a compromise somewhere in between, so the seat's a little roomy, and the leg is barely on the flap. Next time I win the lottery, I'm getting a custom saddle.
I have a friend running to this problem while saddle shopping... her current saddle is too large in the seat, and contributing to a chair seat. Almost all saddles that she's tried that fit her in the butt have a laughably short flap on her. She's looking into long or forward flap models, but even with a reasonable budget it's proving to be very difficult to find something that works.
To answer your original question, though, I love my Collegiate! I'm not sure of the specific model, but it's stamped as being a Ruiz Diaz. Super comfy, and puts me in the right position. The seat runs a bit small, so my 16.5" looks even more awkward on my tall and slim friend!
Definitely keep an open mind, though! I would sit, or ride if possible, in every saddle that you have an opportunity. That's the best way to find out what YOU like best, and what puts you in the best position. When you ride in something, try and get a friend to take pictures and a video of you sitting in it and moving. You can usually get a feel for seat size while sitting in a saddle on a rack, but you never know where your leg will fall once you're actually on the horse