I’ve been lurking here for some time (since an around-the-block ride on a ‘99 WR125), not knowing if Husky was going to stay in the USA or not; and now it looks like they are committed, especially with BMW now behind them – good news for us. In considering their off-road models (I prefer the previous body-style due to my size), the 125 is intriguing due to light weight, though with the desert and high mountains I ride, it may leave me wanting for power; the 250 certainly has the right amount of power, though a close-ratio trans is not my flavor, so it’s out; the 360: seemingly buckets of power to spare, yet is there too much pull for a 5’-9”, 155lb, super senior? I have confidence in my throttle control – don’t need the adjustable-cam throttle tubes, but I don’t want my next bike to tire me out with tugging like the Gas Gas 300s/big-bore KTMs four strokes I test rode. The 360 is rare as are most Huskys in the Southwest, so a test ride is out of the question.. What are your thoughts, especially from those who have ridden/owned both a 125 and a 360? Mods: sorry; I believe this is Husky specific.