Looks like you've got the original, stock, OEM, ass-murdering mutilation device attached. ...
Motorcycle seats are one of those things that are hard to get a handle on.
Some bikes (like my Royal Star) have a great OEM seat, some go numbutt in a 30 minute ride, and if you google any after market seat you find people that had great things to say and people that thought they wasted $500 on the same seat.
The thing is, like your helmet and boots and jacket, there is no one-size-fits-all solution for everyone, because we all have different bone structure, different built-in self padding, different circulation...
There is a real market for a seat company to come up with a measurement seat that you sit on, it measures your bee-hind, and then 3D prints the perfect seat and foam and cover just for you.
I would suggest if anyone is not happy with their stock seat then go to the DIY motorcycle seat web page, read up on how to take your seat apart and modify it, put the cover back on, read some of the threads here, and then take a wack at it yourself. If you are not comfortable on your stock seat its going to end up hanging on your garage wall anyway, so you got nothing to lose.
It might cost you $50 to try to customize your seat yourself, and if nothing else you will learn what the issues are, what you need for your anatomy, and if it does not work out you will know what to look for in a custom seat.
But either way, if your butt goes numb do something. Nothing ruins a nice long ride more than that feeling that "I have to get off this bike NOW" when you really want to be riding.