The chances of Triumph bringing out a model with an arrow pipe as standard are zero. I doubt very much too that they'd upgrade the suspension to a level that most seasoned riders would find acceptable. That said, many owners are more than happy with the stock setup. Most of us aren't however and I'd say that if you're going to finance the bike, you may as well just include the Arrow, fork springs and rear shocks in the financing. Regarding more HP. I must tell you that just fitting the Zard 2-1 pipe on my bike (ok it was a road going T100 bonnie) has without a doubt given my bike 20% more squirt (I was amazed at the difference). My friend had his arrow fitted before the bike was delivered so we can't compare the before and after but he is more than satisfied with the performance of his 2012 scrambler (and he's owned 300+ bikes in his time. I sh!t u not)! To be honest with you, I make a point of hitting the back roads (mostly dirt) at every opportunity and I find long open highway stretches quite boring. I can do that stuff in my suv. I think you can quite comfortably cruise at 85 with a decent aftermarket screen fitted (like the one on the picture). The small screens don't cut it for long fast rides. I don't have a speedo on my bike as I prefer to just ride according to what's comfortable for me (I like to judge my speed by the wind in my face and the tingling in my sack)! . For me it's about riding a simple bike and just enjoying what I fell in love with on my PW80 back in 1981. If you're wanting to do long, 'hanging on the cable' interstate rides then I'd say the scrambler isn't for you but you know you want one so just 'do it' and apologise to the wife later. and another pic just to tempt you some more!