Because of owning motorcycle shops and building hundreds of bikes for customers from the ground up and owning over 200+ bikes personally in the past I would say a very big no to getting attached to any of them. To me they are just a tool that needs to be correct for the task at hand, whether it be for show, speed, dirt, distance etc When I was building I would build a bike how I wanted it, usually not in the fashion that matched my customers, mainly because I could. Because of this, I built some very unique and radical bikes over the years (for me) which in turn helped grow my business because potential buyers saw that the options were literally endless even if they didn't want to go extremes. Moving into production bikes after getting out of the m/c business I rarely can jump on a bike 'as is', to me a bike needs to 'look right' for me to excited to ride it daily, then it needs to perform right, in the scenario of where I'm headed and what i'll need it to do when i get there. Probably the closest a bike came to this was the XR650R, but my body, specifically my right leg having to kick start it wasn't in agreement. I am thinking the new bike will be my favorite as it checks off a lot of boxes and is the combination of things i have liked from other rides rolled into one bike, so check back with me in the next ride report and see if thats still the case.