Saddles are the most personal choice of all cycling contact points. The Terry Fly fits me perfectly. Reference points for my size perspective are Ergon SL medium saddle and Specialized Romin Evo 155 width saddle. Hope this helps with your saddle purchasing decisions.
I replaced the stock saddle of my Lemond Sarthe with the Fly Chromoly and found it ideal for my frequent, lively (16-18 mph) rides of approximately 35-40 miles. Performance is important. A little comfort is welcome. Although I have never been very particular about a saddle, I find the trim design, shape - including the cut-out - especially appealing/comfortable.
Upgraded my commuter/touring rig from the stock saddle to this. BIG difference. Comfy, yet not over-plush.
Good if you have narrow sit bones. Also Check out that carbon bridge. When paired with a suspension seatpost, it makes for one, comfy-ass ride)
Everyone's anatomy is different. I have tried a lot of saddles but my favorite is the terry fly. Fits me just right! The carbon fiber rail saddle is a bit expensive the titanium is a little more affordable but for no more weigh saving than you get for either, the cromoly is hard to beat for the price especially if you get it on sale. Save your money for rims!
I ride shorter distances as I am time trialist, but I do long ones too and I needed something that was comfortable and this fit the bill. I had a Terry saddle before, but the black leather kept turning all my light colored clothes black, this is the reason I went with this vinyl version of what I had before. Never could sit on those crotch wedges either, the only thing they're good for are saddle sores and numbness, so Terry seemed like the logical choice.
Took a chance on this saddle and it did not disappoint. I was having a lot of saddle soreness from my stock saddle so I started looking for a new one. After looking at what seemed like hundreds I decided on this one due to the price and reviews from others. The price made it feasible to take the chance and overall I have been very happy after several hundred miles on it.