Let me see what I can do with the photoshop...
Are you buying one?
Sorry I posted and then was away ever since........I would but have debts to pay down first. No biggie since the old 01 800 is still pretty flawless (and relatively fun). 800 is still smoooooth and torquey as ever since I rebuilt it for fear of it blowing at about 12,000 km. Now it has 19,000 km on the entire sled. I don't ride much so it would frankly be stupid to buy a new one given how the old 800 runs when I do need it. Nevertheless, like many on here I'd get one regardless if I didn't ride much IF I didn't have a mortgage to pay first. I know many just pay it off over 25 years, and live it up in the meantime going further yet into debt with a $15,000 sled, but it's variable rate to motivate me to dump everything I get my hands on on the mortgage before rates climb.
When I do buy, I'm looking at a Viper LTX SE (or XTX SE but I want the slide-action coupled torsion spring 137 skid of the LTX SE) with a few other options. Like a 900 ACE Renegade X if it had more power like with a turbo someday, or if the make a 1200 ACE Renegade X or Backcountry X. Don't think I'd get a Cat with the Yam 1050 engine since I just like Yam better looks wise and trust their clutching/belt-life more. Polaris is out as no DI 800 and no decent four stroke plus the ProRide weird skid has finally worn off its initial cool factor (and doesn't work as well as Doo's in-tunnel rMotion that's also rising/progressive rate or even MORE rising/progressive rate). Maybe an 800 ETec Renegade X if I got a 4 year warranty and just rebuilt every 4 years. A total rebuild on a 2 stroke is a mere $700-800 not including engine re-re and may be the price to pay for lightweight huge power. They get great mileage on trail riding and I'd sacrifice the oil usage.