Hi All, If there's already a thread asking this, please feel free to redirect (but I couldn't find one). After owning a DR350S for a month now I'm getting a feel for what I want in a Dualsport/Adventure bike. I'm hoping I can solicit advice from everyone here on what bikes I should try next. My intended uses: Segments of the CDT and other extended (3-7 day) rides that include dirt, gravel, and pavement. I live in the front range of Colorado, so if there's a trail network I want to explore for the weekend on the western slope, I don't want to have to trailer my bike out there. I'm a light packer, so I don't need weighty hard bags. By light I mean 35 lbs of: food, water, water purifier, personal items, tent, sleeping bag, ground pad, and cook stove for a 5 day trek. I know tools and riding gear add a bit to that. To a lesser extent, I also want to do a bit of intermediate trail riding close to home (I'm thinking easy and intermediate OHV trails and single track). I'm hoping for a middleweight bike that can take being loaded down with gear and taken on extended journeys, then take the saddlebags off, possibly swap on some knobbies and it handles well on abusive trail ride. I'd like an older bike for simplicity, pricetag, and the fact that I won't cry when (not if) I drop it. I'm hoping <$2.5k price tag, I like the weight of my DR350S (310lbs wet) and the handling, but the lack of tachometer, speedo, and high beam are a big issue. I know I can add accessories and mod the hell out of a bike, but if there's a bike that fits the bill and already has the accessories I need - winner winner chicken dinner. Kawa KLR 650 is definitely on my list to try, but I'm wondering if there's anything lighter... say, 350lbs ballpark wet? After all, the title of this post is Unreasonable Expectations. I know that longer hauls usually mean bigger gas tanks, and bigger gas tanks mean more wet weight. But humor me. OH, this may go without saying, but it must be 4-stroke. Not that I'm lazy, I just can't bring myself to burn crude. Thanks so much!