I have a Haibike with the Bosch drive (which I am quite happy with) and a couple of E Motion bikes with a Hub drives, but I am currently interested in something that I can put easily in the back of an SUV. I was thinking of the the Reise and Mueller Tinker, but it seems stupidly expensive for what it is. I also thought about the Tern Vektron, but would think that I would prefer the added torque of a CX as I am on the heavy side and the extra torque is always welcome on short, but steep hills. Additionally, the Nuvinci drive is somewhat intriguing, but not a requirement. I looked at your pages on folding bikes and was surprised by how many there are. Even the relatively inexpensive RAD Mini with the wide tires looked pretty decent. That said, having commonality of batteries between the Bosch drives would also seem to be somewhat of a desirable trait, though not a limiting factor. I would much appreciate your input. I don't mind paying for a quality ride, but the level of bang for the buck is certainly a factor. I suppose that I might/could just purchase a couple of Bosch CX Haibikes for about half the price of the Tinker per bike and pre-posistion them at a couple of my usual destinations. Thank you for your thoughts in advance.