I am not trashing the Super T by any means. I'm sure the bike is the right choice for some, but for me at 56 yrs old, with some lumbar spine issues, the Vee or Wee are better choices. The Wee especially feels so light, nimble, and agile, while having more than enough power for my one up riding and good stability at highway speeds. My Vee was a great bike too. It was THE bike that got me doing touring and longer (150 - 200 mile/day) trips.
Once I got into the Sport Adv Touring segment, I naturally started to look at other options. I debated a GS for several years but was scared off by shaft drive issues, overall high repair costs, and small dealer network in the US. I test drove them, but my Vee felt like a pair of comfortable jeans. The Tenere was a viable alternative to the GS, and I had a lot of confidence in reliability and service network. I was really considering a Wee at this point too, I had read so many positive reviews and the lighter weight was attractive.
So did I get sucked into the Yamaha marketing efforts, maybe. I think I was curious enough to give it a try. All I can say now is you might want to hold onto your Wee or Vee if you decide to try something else. At the end of the day, you may discover that what you have is as good as it gets, and that is REALLY good! All is not lost, I ended up trading in my Vee, but now I am the proud owner of a WEE and really lovin it!