Just make sure it IS comfy for you and don't just assume it will be because it's an endurance saddle. I bought a used one once online, I think it was a Big Horn, and I found it was like sitting on a fence rail. The seat was really straight and had no pocket or dish to it and I found it horribly uncomfortable.
My friend who used to do endurance said that's because most endurance riders don't "sit" but 2-point or post? Something like that, I don't remember exactly, it was many years ago. Anyway, I sold it on. I really tried to like it and it WAS lightweight. But it was a no-can-do for my bottom! I am now using western wade/ranch type saddles, they are heavy, but they are comfy.
So make sure it has a dish to the seat unless you spend all your time standing in your stirrups. The ones the other posters posted pictures of don't seem to have that straight seat my Big Horn did.
There's a lot of stupid out there!