Well, yeah. The WR 250r is going to be $2,000-$3,000 more than I planned for the CRF 250L Rally. It may delay my plans for a year just to get everything right. I don't want to take on such a long trip without the security of knowing that I did my best on everything. So, for now, I'm shooting for the WR 250r in 2019. But if my living situation forces me to buy a bike right away at some point, then I'm just going to buy the CRF 250 Rally because it's what I can afford. I plan to post youtube videos on a lot of the stuff I do. I try to cut costs because I'm on such a tight budget. However, you might be surprised with some of it because I'll be in-orthodoxed in a lot of my ways given that I'm a newbie. I'm not that good of a mechanic (Actually, I suck as a mechanic). But I do have multiple degrees in mechanical drafting, manufacturing, and machining, so I'm willing to share my knowledge with y'all. Even with that, I would say that my knowledge is not even 1% of what's out there in those fields. I AM craftier than most people though. With that said, I'd like to ask you how the Mojave bag is workin' for you. Is it too big? Does it make the bike too top-heavy?