Been looking over specs of a bunch of comparable bikes to the Husqvarna TE-511 such as the KTM 450 EXC, the Husaberg FE570S, Beta 520RS, etc. Finally to the point of posting looking for additional information and feedback to help figure out my 2013 decision. Currently, I have a BMW F800GS which does plenty of work on and off road. It's a good bike especially for the highways and camping for 3+ days out, but for more technical work, not my first choice. So here's the criteria: 1. Something lighter, 250-300 lbs is what I'm looking. The F800GS is 450 lbs of heft, good working heft for highways but when riding solo on trails, falling over is a major concern because of the effort righting her up. In addition, I want to be able to toss her onto the hitch mount for the 4Runner w/o worrying about crashing horribly and taking out the window. 2. Fuel injected. I find myself going down to 100' up to 10,000' plenty of times on the weekend. One less thing to worry about is grand. 3. Range. I'm in the Sierra's and when going off the beaten track, gas can become problematic. I don't mind carrying extra fuel and prefer it over a larger tank, but anything <100mpg range is not going to work, though 150-200 is what I'm looking for. 4. Dual sport. I don't want to have to trailer this thing to take her out and have fun. This means having something that is street legal right off the bat. 5. Power. I do enjoy my camping and 3+ days is fine on the F800GS, but an overnighter or two isn't to be overlooked for the new bike so it has to be capable of carrying me and a load. So, am I off base? I'm in Tahoe so to my west are the national forests of El Dorado and Toiyabe with non-stop mountain climbs and descents, including twisties. To my east are the wide open spaces of NV. I'll be hitting the highways a-plenty to get to the interesting spots and spending a few days there if not just blasting away the time in the wilds. Am I missing anything? Any factors that I've overlooked or should consider? I sat on the Husky in Reno and boy was she sexy (2012 model). Thanks!