Hey guys, I've been lurking... not only here but in the showroom. I'm not new to the sport but been out of it for about 30 years. I've owned my share of bikes over the years... mostly MXrs, and one Yami RD400 Daytona Special. You won't believe this, and please don't chastise me -- six years ago I cleaned out my garage to make room for my Race Hemi car and I gave away my 1978 Wheelsmith Maico 450, complete with Fox Air shocks. The bike was in excellent condition -- I miss those good old days, and that Maico was sort of special. Only weighed 216 lbs... super light for a big bore. However, today is a new day -- 2-strokers are out and thumpers are in. I'm looking at either a Suzuki DRZ400S or Husky TE450 or TE510. Although I'm used to riding 250 and 450 2-strokes.. and I realize big bore thumpers are different animals. Any advice to steer me in the right direction would be appreciated -- I want a street enabled bike that can pull the front wheel off the ground by simply rolling the throttle. Keep in mind, in my youth, I was the neighborhood wheelie king -- I could take my 1976 Suzuki RM250 down the street from 2nd through 5th gear on the rear wheel. Not that I would do something like that now... age has kinda mellowed me out so to speak. Thanks in advance.