Hey. So, about saddle height. I guess it's standard to have the height so that when one crank is at the bottom of it's rotation, there is a slight bend to the knee. I also understand that that should happen while the foot is parrallel to the ground, not with the toes down. My question is, what is considered the proper slight bend? should it be 5 degrees? More? Less? And what are the advantages of more leg bend vs. less leg bend? What are the disadvantages? The reason I ask is that the other day I realized that my leg bend seemed, imo, less than slight. Not substantial, but probably 10-15 degrees. So I raised my saddle about an inch. I can't notice a difference, I'm still comfortable in all positions. I haven't noticed any benifit in having the saddle higher, nor did I notice anything wrong when it was lower. So, enlighten me.