I'm looking for a new bike to replace the K1600GT I brought in February. I'm looking to replace it for two reasons. One, I've actually completed 38,000km since February, by Christmas that will be closer to 45,000km. The other reason is because my wife is wonderful and after suggesting spending another $40k on a new bike, it didn't result in my testicles in a jar at the back of the pantry cupboard. -Win!- As you can guess, my bike doesn't sit still for long. I average 800km-1000km a week. Riding a 1000km in a day is no big deal. If it doesn't come with enough luggage space to make a ute blush, it doesn't have enough storage. Same with ABS, traction control, heated grips and seat and cruise control is a must. I am not a contortionist that can conform my body to a sports bike, so their out. My old K1200RS almost killed my back and shoulders after 12 months, hence the K1600GT. I've been looking at either another BMW K1600 GT/GTL, although, my local stealer has treated me like a second rate customer over the past 6 months, so for the first time in 15 years, I'm considering changing brands. The new Indian Chieftain looks interesting, but I want a bike this year, not sometime mid 2014 when they catch up with stocks. The Victory Cross Country tour is interesting, but at only 300km average fuel range, it's a bit of a turn off as a touring bike. As is the Can-am Spyder range. I am not a Borg. I will not assimilate. Resistance is not futile. I will not buy a Harley. -period- In a nutshell. A want a touring bike I can commute on. I want all the Farkles. It has to be getting at least 500km to a tank of fuel and I'll spend up to $40k to get it. Suggestions?