I'm prepping for riding to Sturgis, SD in Aug. I kind of screwed up when choosing my RDL seat cover style, and I ended up going with the design that has a bunch of small squares. Looking back, I don't know why I chose this particular design because I really don't like it. The worse thing is, because it has so many stitching holes, RDL recommended that I use a cover rather than trying to seal it. However, I installed the cover to see how it fit, and there's no way in HE double hockey sticks this thing is staying on from OH to SD and back. I've decided, rather than constantly fooling around trying to keep the cover on, I'm going to use a sealer on it anyway, and not cover it. More than likely, RDL will probably be right...the seat skin will still probably leak even after sealing it, but I'm hoping that sealing it, even double sealing it if necessary, will minimize the leaking. I also don't make a habit of riding the rain. In fact, this bike hasn't been ridden in the rain since I've owned it, but I know there's no way we're riding 1200 miles each way and not hitting rain. What's a good sealer?