Overall seat construction is very good. My Jeep is garage kept so I don't know if that is why I haven't had the fade-to-blue as described in the other review? So far after a year of use the fabric is starting to get little cloth balls from rubbing, but is only noticeable if you are looking for them. I paid to get the optional lumbar bladders installed, and they cost an additional $80 a seat. Worth it though for those longer trips, and because everyone's body and comfort level is different.
** There was a revision to the seat frame design as the initial RS seats had a mounting bar running at the bottom of the frame that made the seats sit about 1-1/2" taller than the newer revised design does. I made the mistake of buying the showroom model that had this 1st design and although they would be okay for a shorter driver (5'0" - 5'7"ish), they sat just way too tall for me. I had to pay shipping to get them exchanged, but it worked out in the end as I got lumbar bladders installed in the exchange process.
Anyhow, the seats are comfortable and do bolt onto the factory risers, but at 6'3" they are up a little too high for me. The factory risers also make the seats harder to get into (with a suspension lift), and make the seat sit more angled in the lower cushion, which was comfortable for me. If I was a couple of inches shorter they would be okay, and they actually are quite comfortable at that height by giving more leg room to stretch, but I like my head as far below the roll cage as possible.
Okay, so to remedy that, I bought the Corbeau seat risers and those do lower the seats about 1-1/2", but they DO
require some fab to fit right in a YJ: I had to drill 4 new holes in the frame of the driver's riser and move the slider over an inch in order to make the seat sit inboard an inch more. Otherwise I had to SLAM the driver's door to close it, and the door panel was pressed up against the seat-bolster after doing so.
I also had to slot the tub mounting holes on both Corbeau risers so that I could push the seats inward just a tad as I bolted them down. Why> Because otherwise the reclining lever covers on the seats would rub against the seatbelt housing covers when I moved the seat all the way back on the sliders. Slotting the holes on the riser frames did the trick. After a couple of hours of work the risers and seats fit without any interference and I'm satisfied overall, but the one thing I REALLY hate about the Corbeau risers is that the slider lever does not move in unison with the seat, as do the factory sliders. Instead, when you slide the seat all the way back, as I must do, the level remains protruding too far out in front. It then becomes an obstruction to accidentally bang your hands and legs on if not careful, or snag purse straps, bag handles, etc etc. It's just a stupid design oversight and they should have made it so the levers move with the seat. If you are short and have the seat positioned forward you will be fine, but then why would you need the Corbeau seat risers in the first place, as the factory risers would be like a perfect phone book-free situation for ya.
The seats overall I'm very happy with thus far, but the risers not so much, although sitting lower is the one big positive for buying them.
The Moabs are some nice comfortable seats too, and if these don't last long I might consider those or the LG1 wides ("Legacy")? These seats are worth buying if you have all the details beforehand, but because of the ordeal I progressed through it made me sort of jaded.