Sorry to bang on about this guys - ive been sweating over a frame change for last few weeks and no matter how many nights I lay awake fretting over the right decision - I cannot make my mind up proper.
I have however narrowed down to two choices, your job is to tell me which one to plump for. Simples.
For reasons of cost savings / easy transfer of current kit im going to sell my Mk2 Soul and buy either:
£600 & £500 respectively. Both able to take a Reverb, which was a main reason behind 'upgrading'. One scratches the FS itch, the other a well tried and tested pattern that I love.
I have a 120mm Reba and the remainder of my kit is pretty decent, which would make a fairly light and well performing build on the Camber. Im propoer worried that ill pine for a hardtail, but my thinking is that if thats the case I can move the Camber frame on next Spring and buy the Mk3 Soul.
I also NEED a Cotic in my life, part of my plan is to hopefully keep the Camber and save for a full Solaris or Simple build next year sometime.
We all go through these chains of thought, right folks?
Thanks for all the advice so far on my other threads - and Northwind - I respect your stance on the Camber but I can barely find a bad word about it elsewhere and my thinking is that with next to zero FS experience (and a 120mm fork begging to be fitted) that it would likely do an admirable job for me.
Keep the hardtail or dabble with FS guys? You decide. Credit card at the ready..