Hello all and Merry Christmas from lovely cold Klamath Falls, OR. (it was 6 degrees this morning when I came to work i guess winter is here) Just wanted to post my experience with Jeff Garvin and the seat insert he made for my car. WOW this is awesome! I thought that being a large driver I would probably just end up with a "lumbar support" for an insert, boy was I wrong. There are a lot of voids when you are sitting in the car that you don't even realize. The seat is so comfortable I could have sat in the car another hour, totally "hugs" your body and makes you feel part of the car. Forget about the fact that this is a requirement and get it just because it is better. When he buckled me in and sinched the belts I was like "come on pull them down" and I was welded in the car but didn't feel like it. It is great and comes out looking totally professional and very nice. The other thing I can share is it is quite a process to properly make one of these seats. There are special tools required and a technique that needs to be perfected before you could make a nice one yourself. Jeff has done more than 30 of them and spent over 10 hours working on mine. I can only imagine how long it takes if you don't know what you are doing. Bottom line is this, Jeff did a GREAT JOB, was nice to be around and my seat is very nice. I have absolutley no regrets in deciding to pay him to do it versus trying to do it myself (and i am a do it yourself kinda guy). You could very easily end up buying two kits to do it yourself if you don't have someone who has done it before and knows the tricks, and /or end up with seat that isn't very nice or comfortable. www.GarvinMotorsports.com I can't wait to drive the car with the insert, i think it will be a lot better. Happy New Year to everyone!