Sorry, I don't mean to bend your ear, but you already made the exact move I am thinking about making. How was the change coming from the Wee? What was the biggest adjustment? You pretty much do commuting and touring on the Super T?
Not a problem, Cavenger. There really wasn't much of a learning curve from the DL650 to the Super Tenere. Frankly, to me it felt like the Suzuki was a heavier bike, even though the S10 outweighs it. The one place I notice the additional weight is in the sand, but that doesn't surprise me at all.
I'm not an off-road guy; I don't take the bike anyplace worse than gravel and logging/fire roads. The bike is my primary vehicle, and I ride it year round for everything from grocery runs to touring. It's the best touring platform I've had, including my Road Star and Road King; I briefly looked at an FJR1300, but I'd be giving up too much storage space for a trade like that. A lot of my touring is with a passenger, and she had remarked that she has more room on the Yamaha than she did on the Harley.
The Yamaha for me was basically a better version of the V-Strom; it had all the qualities that I liked about that bike, plus better brakes, traction control, more power, cruise control, shaft drive, etc. If I had unlimited room I'd have kept the Suzuki, but I only have the space for one bike, and I have never regretted making the trade.