After Hardy Huber met with us in Baton Rouge (http://www.travelscoot.sizepositive.com/), he went back home and designed a larger, more reinforced seat. I received a test version of the new seat today. I haven't had time to try it out yet, but I know some of you are eager to know everything about the TravelScoot, so I'm posting a picture for you.
The seat on the left is the original one and the one on the right is the new one. The view you're seeing is of the bottom of the seat.
Alan and I are going to switch out the seats soon, and I'll post a review of the new seat.
I haven't had problems with the original seat, but if it makes my scoot even better, I'm all up for design options!
A larger version of the picture is available at http://www.ifisher.com/travelscoot/newseat.jpg