I have been toying with the idea of selling my precious VFR400 for some time now. I have ads up around the place, and have been in no particular hurry to sell. A couple of enquires here and there, nothing too serious... But i just got off the phone with a guy who is willing to give me $4k ASAP. I want $4500 for it, non-negotiable pretty much. But it made me ask myself the question... if someone came along, with $4500, would I let them have the bike? The thought of letting go, even knowing that I will get another bike within the next few days of selling it, is unbearable to think. It's like the bike and I have bonded, it's like we know each other... Every now and then, in a moment of passion, i will have the firm conviction of Yes, i will sell this bike and use the money for something more useful and buy a cheaper, less license-losing bike, something cheaper and more practical to run, too. But no. I can't. I can't face letting go of my baby. So much so that i bumped up the asking price to $5k, and was tempted to bump it to $6k! Has anyone had this sort of separation anxiety when selling a bike? My fear is that i will sell it and then never find a suitable replacement until i am on my full license (there aren't many lams VFR's around) if i really can't find another bike i like. Am i crazy? Is this stupid? Have I fallen in love with an inanimate object? Help me doctor!