Reliability was good, but parts are getting to be a little harder to find. It was very comfortable and quiet. This last Spring I was going to ride from NW Indiana to Marco Island Florida and back and I just felt a little uneasy so I got my FJR and the China Virus hit and shut the country down. The Yamaha is an immensely more solid ride. With the Kaw, I could shake the handlebar doing 80 and you could feel the entire frame flex, not so with the FJR doing 130. Rock solid!The voyager was a finalist when I was looking at my first fjr. I still want one. The only thing that stopped me is concern over reliability over high mileage. I average 20-30,000 miles a year, and was concerned that I'd have problems by the time I got to 100,000 and traded it.