Thanks for your honest and straightforward replies Sacki. I always appreciate it when manufacturers provide no BS info in the comments. I also wanted to say that I like the idea of replaceable rails so long as creaking isn't a typical issue. The more we can shift towards repairing things, rather than replacing them, the better!
A couple questions:
Based on your companies market, I'd imagine that you designed this saddle primarily for MTB; is there a reason that you decided not to protect the corners of the saddle with kevlar? I'm always a bit concerned about tearing an expensive saddle in a crash when it doesn't have that kind of protection.
Since the rails on the saddle are interchangeable, I was wondering what your thoughts are on the I-beam idea that Andrew mentioned in his review? It seems like an opportunity to offer a pretty slick integrated system with your post.