Like Lockwood said, I have that saddle and I love it. Literally could not love it more.
For my purposes, living in a wetter climate and often riding in the rain, synthetic is mandatory. So I love that about it. Unlike many synthetic western saddles I've experienced [Abetta, BigHorn, etc] this one doesn't have that synthetic "feel" to it. I don't know, it feels WAY more quality than it is. :)
I've spent many hours in mine and man, I still love it. Love it as much, or more, as the day I pulled it out of the box!
I haven't found mine to ride "higher" than a western saddle. It's probably higher than an english saddle, but I feel pretty close to my mare while riding. It might be the difference between having an overgirth and not [like the link, my saddle doesn't have an overgirth], I'm not sure.
I would say this saddle is definitely more "english-y" than anything. It's like riding in a deep-seat, super secure, dressage saddle.
I haven't had an issue with getting my legs under me. However, I do tend towards more of a chair-seat anyway. But I do FEEL like my leg is under me in this saddle. It might be a little forward of a "proper" english seat, but I'm able to post properly, 2-point without working tooo hard, and my leg contact isn't hindered at all.
I really wanted something english-y since I prefer riding in an english saddle, but also wanted something more secure for trail riding - this fit the bill absolutely perfectly.
A little tip is that you might want to consider ordering off DownUnder's website. I was able to get that exact saddle for under $250, plus shipping, by buying from their "seconds" section. The only thing "wrong" with my saddle is that it has a small, factory-accident, nearly invisible, cut in the back of the cantle. It doesn't affect me/my horse at all, but the saddle was WAY discounted.