So that’s right, I have 65 hrs on my 2015 KTM 350 XCF and thinking of taking the plunge into jetting headaches, reed changes, mixing gas, and a lot of other things I have to learn about. I ride twisty, turny, roots and rocks trails on the east coast and just not liking the weight of the 350, my main complaint.. It is far from nimble and just having to lift it off the ground is killing me. Better to not crash, I know....my concern about the 2 strokes are that you have to be “on” them all the time, constant focus, unforgiving, and just plain twitchy..can they be finessed and “lugged” a little if you don’t want to ride like a madman sometimes? Especially on the technical stuff? Can you pick your way through sections with some thought? I realize there’s a lot more to consider, but I have to make the decision to buy one before ever riding one..or stick with a new 350 4t, which I know are lighter also..a plus for me. At 58, I wonder if I’m too “old” for a 2 stroke. I’m a lean 170lbs, good shape, and raced Mt bikes for years, so I’ve had quite a bit of single track experience pedaling a bike..I’m even considering trying a hare scramble or two someday! I like my 350..it’s a blast to ride. So if it “ain’t broke, don’t fix it?” Any thoughts out there? I love reading in this forum. Thanks..