ctromley, you forgot one. And that is the perception that people are buying electric motorcycles because they are trying to save the planet in some way. I have discussed this several times with my Zero/Energica dealer. People buy electric motorcycles because of the way that electric motor delivers power and for many the range of current electric motorcycles fits their life. No one has ever designed an ICE that delivers power the way an electric motor does and in some ways that's a shame. But it also isn't likely to ever be done. I love my KTM 1290 SA. But like every other ICE bike it has a certain area in the RPM range where it puts out more power than it does in others. With my Energica Eva 107 the RPM range doesn't matter at all. Regardless of how many RPMs you are running at the torque is there. And that is the appeal for many of an electric motorcycle. And when I roll off the throttle of the Eva the bike slows down very quickly unlike the limited engine braking on my KTM. With the Eva you rarely use the brakes, the KTM, always. On the Eva probably 85% or more of your braking is done by rolling off the throttle, on the KTM probably less than 20%. I love the sound of the KTM's big V-twin but don't miss it at all on the Eva. Not everyone will like the torque of an electric motor, just like not everyone likes in-line four cylinder engines or any other engine configuration. At least right now we have choices and that is the best part.