Talk about not reading a post... here's the fact, Jack: I DON'T own an Xmax, my wife does. Yes, I've ridden it a time or twelve, but it is not my ride. I ride a Vespa GTS. If the words are too tough for you to understand, look at the avatar photo to the left. We get it - you like your B400. That doesn't make every other purchase of an Xmax "a mistake." You definitely fit the definition of a troll. I generally don't get into these "my bike is better than your bike" discussions... pretty much left that behind in Jr High School. My only objection to your initial post was the use of "a mistake." Going 90 mph? You regularly run that on a scooter; any scooter? Well, there's another big ol' mistake for you. Explaining to us that we don't "carry the additional 75 pounds of weight"?? No shit, Shakespeare? I wish someone had told me that before I started carrying my wife's Xmax around... OMG, you are right: it is SO much easier to roll it! What other words of wisdom can you share with us? I'm kidding - I quit giving any weight to your words when you proclaimed to be saving others from making "a mistake." It might help, though, to know how many miles you've ridden each bike. I thought I made a mistake once... but, I was wrong. See, it is possible to keep a sense of humor, even when dealing with a troll. Kidding aside, I admit it: I made a mistake. I responded to your trollish post. But, I learned from that... I won't make that mistake again. When it comes to picking the right bike, there is an ass for every seat. And sometimes, there's just an ass. Allow me to save some folks here from making a mistake: don't feel the troll.