So I've been debating back and forth in my head for close to a month now and read through many of the threads here in the their entirety already comparing the Bumot solutions vs Mosko Moto (Atacama). I've also watched pretty much every video on YouTube that relates to the options below. I've more or less boiled it down to two solutions...and cant decide what I want to do. My bike: 2018 R1200GS (not adv, so no racks installed) Application: Every day commuting, and 98% on road touring. (I know, I know...you're already telling me to go with hard luggage....I just like, and am used to soft bags.) Option 1: Go full Bumot setup with racks, toolbox, and Xtremada soft panniers. I like the exhaust cutout, especially like that the bags lock to the rack, and that the toolbox is a fairly integrated solution (despite reports of it leaking water.) Also if I wanted to get the hard luggage at some point, that's all I need to order and can swap them out in seconds. This is also the slightly more economical approach. What I don't like is how the inner dry bag is a totally separate bag from the exterior bag. I've been using Kriega dry bags for years and years, and like how the two bags essentially roll down into one (just like the mosko stuff.) Lastly, I think they're the second best looking soft luggage option on the market only after..... Option 2: Mosko BC35's....with Jesse Racks and the soft luggage universal adapter plate. Again, I like the cutout for the exhaust that the Jesse racks have, and figured I could order the bags only, and then pair them with the universal plate. Going to be totally honest and just admit that looks are definitely part of my decision and I just like the look of the Mosko/Atacama bags better. As noted above, I'm also a fan of the dry bag that's attached to the outer and how they roll down and buckle to close. However, this option doesn't allow the bags to lock to the racks...although I could always purchase 1 or 2 of the steel core cables to provide some added "security". If I wanted hard luggage in the future, again I could just order Jesse boxes and have both options available without having to swap racks. I was at the motorcycle show in DC this past weekend and stopped by the Mosko booth, and the guy there said that a number of people had already talked to him about going the same route I'm considering. I feel like I've debated over this decision long enough and just need to pull the trigger one way or the other. Comments, opinions, questions welcomed.