I have been given the opportunity to purchase a 2003 Road Glide with only 3700 miles on it with several extras like quick release back rest, hwy pegs, etc. for only $12,500. He let me borrow it one weekend and it rides and handles like a dream. I really enjoyed riding it except for the more forward sitting position because of the stock handlebars. I personally know the owner and he babies everything he owns. Here's the problem...I have a 2003 Heritage Springer with 15100 miles on it that I have dumped a lot of myself into like quick release bags and backrest, chrome axel covers, Chubby beach bars with internal wiring, TFI, quick release 100 anniversary wind-sheild, Linby bars with hwy pegs, etc. I love the springer, but my wife hates the ride. I have adjusted the shocks and its better but the seat just doesn't support her larger frame. We can't afford two bikes. My springer is paid for, but we have a kid going to college in the fall and don't know what to expect for expenses. I married my wife just a few years ago, so I didn't get to plan for her college funds and have to either pay out of pocket or get a loan, which I hate the thought of. Should I sell the springer and buy the RG and invest in it like I did with the springer? Keep the springer and try to improve the ride for my wife? I thought I would get he opinions of you guys who I received so much good help from in the past.