Well, the Smith Worthington saddle my GPS almost got me murdered for has been sent packing. I can't speak highly enough for the customer service at SW, even though I bought the saddle from a 3rd party. Their saddles are made to last, and they have an excellent fitting service where they can adjust flocking and the tree in the factory.
So many people online suggested them as a hidden gem for people looking at budget saddles and I was really excited to pick one up for a song. Thankfully, I got it on trial as I had to send it right back.
It appeared to fit Stella well enough, although it did bridge a bit. SW likes you to ride in their new saddles for a few weeks and then check the fit again before sending it in to be adjusted as new saddles settle a bit as they break in.
I actually felt that the balance was quite good. My leg swung a bit, but I've been out of a jumping saddle for over a month and it didn't swing nearly as bad as the Stubben (which looked like it fit me).
However, a quick picture of me in the saddle showed that the fit just wasn't right.
It was clearly made for someone with a much longer leg who liked to ride with a shorter stirrup, and even after a break in period would never fit me. Sniffle. Back to the drawing board.