OK - I am really having Adventure bike withdrawls. In 2006 I sold my GS ADV. Fast forward a couple years and I picked up a 2007 Multistrada - I really loved both bikes - The GS was getting a bit heavy for me but the Multi was perfect. But the Multi lacked ABS - something I really want again. So here I am looking at the options today - pretty nice, but with choice comes confusion. I am not going Ducati Multi because new they are pretty expensive and maint costs are high. I really like the new 800 GS ADV - With bags it will set me back about 17K plus some change. The Triumph XC seams nice price with bags would be more like 13K but dealer network is thin but getting better - worried it may be too small but have not tested it yet (or any of these bikes for that matter) 2013 Super Ten can be had for under 11K new minus bags. Seems like they have a great rep for being very reliable and dealers are everywhere. Heard complaints about power but I am not sure that would be an issue my 2003 GS was only 85 stock and I was very happy with the bike. The KTM seems amazing on paper, but is harder to get the hens teeth and again dealer network is thin All four bikes have ABS and Traction Control. The GS has Electronic Suspension as does the KTM. None in the list have Cruise - Darn as I get older I really find Cruise important. Throttle locks are OK but it is hard to beat cruise. So here are some questions that may help me narrow the choice: 1. First I am 5' 11" with a 35" inseam - I like room to stretch on a bike so which of these bike would be best for a long legged girl.:eek1 2. Most of my riding will be burning rubber on back roads not dirt roads. I do want the ability to go off but truth is that time will be much smaller compared to back road touring. So which bike would be the most comfy for doing road miles? 3. Can cruise be added to any of these bikes without much trouble or huge expense?:eek1 4. Range between fill ups really is nice. My GS was an easy 250 often more before thinking about gas. So which of these has the best real world range. 5. The new 2014 Super 10 looks like it has added cruise, power and electronic suspension for just a bit more then the 800 GS Adv. Worth a wait or save 5 k and get a 13? 6. Am I missing a bike I should be looking at. A little bit more about me that may help. When I rode with friends they always wanted to run 90 on the interstate, I was happy at 75 to 80. Get us in the mountains and the table was flipped I loved to fly through the curves and was always way ahead of the pack, stopping and waiting for them to catch up. Also in 3 years on my GS I rode over 5OK. Hope that helps. Thanks for help and input.