I have a Dauntless (Ural) platform setup that I have been using as primary transportation since August '05, on my '05 KLR. With a fair degree of hack experience, I feel qualified to comment on this package. The KLR has the motor (with a 13-T countershaft sprocket) to work very well, but the (relatively) long-travel suspension works against it in the handling department - while you can set it up in a "staionary manner", it all goes out the window when you start driving it, and suspension travel unravels the proper orientation of the package, and screws up the handling. I have cranked up the suspension as far as possible, with longer spacers in the forks, # 5 on the shock, and a shim on the car shock, but the real cure would be different suspension ($$$$$)! My previous units were older street bike, with old-fashioned-short-suspension, and they were a lot easier to set up suitably. The KLR frame does not lend itself to hooking up a car easily, but Dauntless really handled that spectacularly, by ceating an almost-parallel lower double frame, which has been absolutely issue-free for me, and does not impact the KLR in any noticeable way, as a hack unit, or when riding solo! As indicated, Dauntless pulled of a winner with its design of the KLR attachment, and, being powder-coated for durability, offering a range of rear brake setups, and excellant lighting, for the price, I consider it one of the best deals I have ever had in over 50 years of motorcycling! Now, if the weather would just warm up, I could shed a layer of gear, and really enjoy riding! El Mur.