My rain or shine daily rider is a 1979 Kawasaki KZ400 that is as UJM as can be. I love the seating position, the luggage capacity, the aesthetics, the reliability, the fuel economy, the affordability of consumables. But what I love most of all is the ease of maintenance. I enjoy getting my hands dirty and I love working on a simple, old-school design with minimal electronics. I love that I can disassemble the entire bike down to the frame with the 10 piece toolkit under the seat. I love that the sparkplugs hang right out there in the air. I love the centerstand. This is a motorcycle that was designed to be maintained regularly and easily by the home mechanic. Mechanical purity I guess you could call it. What I do not like is the exhaust note, could use a little more power for big Texas highways, and almost every bike I've owned up until this point has been a parallel twin and I want something different. I am happy with my bike now, but I want a bike that will be my daily rider for the next decade. I am looking for my perfect bike. I want my next bike to have: Minimal electronics Straightforward and pleasurable to maintain (frequently is fine), No plastic fairings. 40+hp at the rear wheel 45+ mpg Air cooled No more than 2 carbs Cheap, available parts Durable (50k+ miles) engine I know this is subjective, but a decent exhaust note. I know this list seems very picky but if anybody has any ideas of any bike that meets these criteria I would love to hear them. I've thought of many bikes that almost make it but I've yet to find my winner (sportsters can't have centerstands, cb750s have too many carbs).