I went over to the Aliante after using the Antares for a few years and having problems this year with comfort and sore back on long rides. I downloaded the Spine Concept app from Fizik and it recommended that the Aliante was the saddle I should be using do to having a low pelvic rotation.
My first ride I could feel the difference in comfort on my sit bones and increase power to the pedals on every rotation.
The Aliante was definitely the right saddle for me and happy with the changes.
The best saddles are the ones you don't notice. I switched from the Antares VS to the Antares and now to the Antares R3 and I'm happy. Was a bit harsh the first couple of rides but after about a week it's even more comfortable than the old Antares. Matches with Team Sky Blue and Fizik SID Blue bar tape perfectly.
Saddles are one of those things you REALLY have to try before you buy. I had the good luck of being able to ride one of these for several hundred miles before deciding I thought it was better than my existing saddle. Overall I'm really pleased with the quality and for the price this is done well and light weight. With a few hundred more miles I'm still convinced this is comfortable and nice.
This Antares saddle works well for me. Although if I went by Fiziks guidelines I would use an Arione.
I tried the Arione, and did not like it even though I am very flexible.
The quality of there saddles is very good, the weight is low, and I hope to get many miles out of this one .