I had the same problem with my XC seat, torture after couple hundred miles. I didn't want to loose the look of the stock seat, so I gave it to Bad Ass Bike Seats, a local M/C seat maker in southeast MI, and this is what he did;
Took off the skin,
Hollowed out the ass section,
Added 3/4" saddle gel pad leaving a void where my tailbone hits,
Topped it with a new layer of foam to match existing height (I think about an inch),
Added an inch of width to each side to compensate for my ass cheek overhang,
Also reskinned my backrest to match stock seat.
Actually looks better than new, feels awesome, and at a fraction of what it would cost for a new seat.
He knows that my wife rides a Vegas and said to her "when you're ready, I can do the same to yours". You could find a local to do the same, or maybe contact Scott and send it to him and rest assured it will turn out right.
"10" Victory Cross Country
- Midnight Cherry - Slip-on Exhaust by Hot Vic's - Light tint Flip Windshield by 7 Jurock - High/Low Beam HID Headlights by VictoryHID.com
Modified Stock Seat by BadAssBikeSeats.com
- Lower Fork mount Wind Deflectors by Rifle - Touring Trunk - Passenger Backrest - Highway Pegs
"98" Honda Valkyrie Standard
- Yellow & Cream - Solo Naked Leather Bagger
"08" Victory Vegas Low
- Midnight Cherry (my wife's bike)