Hi All: Looking to replace my aging XR250R (tagged) dual sport ride this year. The bike that was at the top of my list was a Yamaha WR250R. (Not very interested in heavier 400's. I like smaller bikes.) A bit about my experience level and skill level: * I have ridden off road since 1969. * WHEN I compete, I am in the Intermediate class. I have won my class before, and can place often enough. * For dual sporting/trail riding, I typically ride the Arkansas Ozarks and the Ouachita mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma. (i.e. no high speed open prairie/desert type riding.) * I no longer do REALLY technical stuff... mainly fun trails, forest roads, etc, but I DO want my next ride to be capable of handling nasty stuff when needed. Having said that, over the past few days I have now learned of the 2011 TE310. Wow. I see some positives in comparison to the WRR: * Much lighter. (About 60 pounds.) * More torque. * Better suspension. * Serious woods bike. BUT, there are also some unknowns: * Unknown engine durability. (Ain't been out long.) * Unknown maintenance levels. * Unknown on the mile range per tankful. * Unknown parts availability and dealer network. Can some of you Huskyphiles help me out here? It would be appreciated. I suspect I need to stay with the dependable, less exotic WRR that includes a great dealer network and parts supply... but that 310 is very tempting.