I've tried searching around and reading reviews and other info on bikes here. But I figured someone might have some more specific advice for me. I have a 2007 Nightster, Mustang Vintage Solo Seat and forward controls. I'm considering a Buell Ulysses, but I've also thought about another Harley, such as a Wide Glide. I'm 36, 6-3, 250-275 depending on the time of year, and obviously the Sportster is a bit tight. I was never a Harley guy, I actually went to the local Husky/Ducati shop to look at used Multistrada and a used SM6-something. I saw the Nightster, test drove it, fell in love with the engine and the soul of it, and traded in my DRZ400SM on it. I was also looking at a used KLR650 at the time, but test drove it second, and it felt like a riding lawnmower after riding the Nightster. Since getting it, I've wanted to ride further than I used to. This culminated in an afternoon drive from Springfield, Il, to Paducah Ky, with a return trip the following day. By the time I got back, I was hurting bad, especially my butt and back. Now I've also got a kid on the way, my first son, so I probably won't have much time for long trips over the next 18 years or so, but I could still break away for a day or two trip. My typical riding is when I get a day off here or there, just going out on roads I've never been on and wandering around. It would be cool to be able to hit a dirt ride here or there, but there aren't many in Central Il, so not a deal breaker. For some additional background, I've been truly riding since I was in College. I started with an 86 XL250R, which I took on every road I could find, construction sites, railroad right of ways, etc., even my first date with my wife. Since then I've spent some time in the powersports industry at a couple dealerships, and so I've owned a lot of bikes, primarily dirt bikes, sport bikes, and dual sports. From what I've read, the Ulysses seems like my dream bike, but I seem to feel that way before each bike purchase, and I rarely keep them over a year or two. I'm enjoying cruising the roads on the Nightster, but it has virtually no suspension, and kills my back, with me starting to hurt after 30-40 miles. I've been told a Wide Glide is the tall man's Harley, but even it feels like it might not have enough room for me. So what should I do? If I'm trading for another bike, I probably need to do it now, before the son is born, because it will probably be hard to justify the cash.