Hi. I've recently sold my K5 SV650S - which is a GREAT bike - since I wasn't using it all that much. I tended to find myself only going out on the road when group rides were planned or only very occasionally. More often I'd just fang the old TRX250 quad around the property. Anyhoo, now that I've sold the SV I've been looking into the viability of a supermotard. I really want something that I can fang around the property but that will also be more than up to the task on the road should I have the desire to hit the tar or if a group ride is planned (possibly once every month or so). I understand that supermotards are predominantly set up for road but will handle dirt roads okay. My property however, is rather mountainous and rough. Would it be too much to expect a stock supermotard to handle this as well? Or is it wise to have two sets of wheels - one for road runs and one for off-road? If so, how much effort is involved in performing the changeover? The opinions I have had so far vary from ones saying that it does neither road nor trail well (although I have seen them in action on a track and they are simply awe-inspiring ), to others that say it will do anything great. Others have said that it will do either well, so long as you put a crossover tyre on. Anyway, am a bit confused so any advice from the motarders out there would be great! FYI, I'm considering something like the Yammy XT660 or more likely the Suzuki DRZ400SM.