Personally I’d easily choose long range and fast recharge. I want to be able to go long distances with as few stops as needed and by the time I need to recharge, I’ll be stretching my legs, using the bathroom, getting something to eat or drink, and by the time I’m done, I’m ready to roll. Swappable batteries would have to be small enough to lift out and swap out and reasonable that they would be paired into groups for more or less range (parallel) though performance would be the same, unless they’d agree on running them in series for higher voltage but would would halve the range of two batteries. Best use case scenarios would be scooters and commuter motorcycles akin to a 250cc class bike. Hard to see swappable batteries being used on high performance bikes as lots of capacity is required for strong repeatable pulls from a high amp motor to negate voltage sag and have enough buffer on both ends to provide fast charging to 80% with minimal impact on battery health. That said, I see two classes of EM’s.. big capacity/fast charge bikes that offer a combination of range and performance and bikes that cost much less meant for urban commutes with lots of battery swap points through the grid, with the ability to top off overnight or carry batteries in to charge while at work or visiting friends and family. A large capacity fast charge bike has inherently higher costs, heavier as as result, but allow riders to escape their neighborhoods at much higher speeds and virtually any distance coast to coast as DC charging networks continue to span worldwide. Urban riders won’t have much need for such speeds or range, have the flexibility of taking their batteries indoors to charge, or to hot swap at points along the way to a further destination. Having a lower weight and cost certainly has its merits as well. The question of which one you have may come down to how you ride, where you ride, if you can charge without bringing the battery indoors, budget, and preference. Some may say both, but I don’t know many people having both a low power commuter and a high power mile eater for themselves. I’m sure there’s exceptions, but typically these two major types of bikes for two major types of needs are what the world consists of. The style of bike are just sub classes of one or the other, ie. cruiser, tourer, DS, streetfighter, standard, supersport, etc. vs. vespas, mopeds, 125/250/300’s, high powered e-bikes, cafe’s, monkey’s, etc. The question is, if you had to choose from one type of electric system, would it be: higher price, long range, fast charging battery with high performance.. or lower price, short range, slow charge but swappable batteries with low performance?