I would say it holds true for triathletes on a shorter type of noseless saddle. So, a triathlete on an ISM PR 2.0, PR 1.0, PS 1.1, Cobb Fifty Five, Fizik Mistica, Selle Italia Iron Flow, etc., where the saddle overall length is less than 240mm and you are positioned in front of the saddle rather than on it, rails level, a little low, and a couple of inches back is going to at least be a good starting point. A roadie who is a bit more upright (relative to a tri position), but like the longer ISMs like the PL 1.0, PN 1.5, Cobb Randee (which I consider kind of a hybrid between a traditional saddle and a noseless) because of the cutout aspect rather than the noseless aspect, is going to be a different starting point. They will start out closer to level, maybe more on top, but still down a little lower relative to a traditional saddle.
Your SMP Dynamic is certainly a different, well, uh, dynamic. Aside from looking like something designed by Salvador Dali, the SMPs are very interesting from a fitting perspective (SQlab saddles are, too - they just cradle the pelvis differently, and can be very hit or miss, but are certainly worth trying). Do you have any specific issues with the Dynamic, or are you just trying some different things to see if there is something better?
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