I have a 390 and a 701. For almost anything but real trail/enduro riding, you're going to have more fun on the Husky. The 390 shines when you need the super-compliant suspension and lighter weight of a true off road bike. As far as hours go - the depreciation on dirt bikes is breathtaking. If you ride it into the ground you've won. That's what bikes are for and you gain no joy, and only a little money, from letting them sit and age. The first couple years of ownership is the hard hit and that happens with or without mileage. We're all dying at some rate - if bikes make you happy then ride.