I've had an '09 Ridgeline since the end of 2013, and love everything about the truck except the front seats. I dropped some money to put on Sheepskin seat covers from a company that I used in the past, but it only helped in-town. This summer I took a relatively short 4 hr. drive to my hometown, and the ride was uncomfortable. I've been driving SUVs since 2001, and this is my first truck. The last SUV was a 2002 Toyota Highlander. Bucket seats should be comfortable! I'm thinking about going to a local foam shop, and getting a 2 inch piece of foam cut to fit the curve of the seat, i.e., back and butt - one complete piece, and insert this under the sheepskin. Has anyone ever done this? I asked my auto body about taking out the seats and putting those from a Honda Pilot in it, but b/c of the wiring, airbags, etc, he wouldn't do it. Any suggestions?