The old-tech that handles like a puppy on wet lino or the comfortable, controllable version?
I'll fix the above statement for you, the amended version is below
The old-tech that handles sweetly if you are an experienced rider with knowledge of how to pick lines and commit to sections with the confidence in your riding ability to control the bike or the comfortable armchair that you just jump on and point downhill whilst merely hanging on as the suspension takes the edge off the jumps and drops that you didn't realise were there but so what - you hooned that hill man! - that was sick!, and ruled that mahoosive drop, rad to N+1 dudez!
Or what would you rather have?, a good analogy and i know for sure what one is the more involving (fun) to drive- runs rings round the lardy comfortable/controllable version as well
194bhp as it stands now and less than 1000kg, no driver aids of any description - practically a rigid steel singlespeed.
207bhp and 1378kg - every driver aid possible apart from the optional arse-wipe function - practicall an all singing all dancing multi use all day epic enduro trail riding carbon machine....but how much fun is it to drive?....zzzzzzz