I'm an old guy who's been riding regularly four to six days a week for many years. I moved to the mountains when I retired and love riding the old woods roads and riding up the long ascending notch roads. I'm not doing any serious mountain biking, but much of the terrain is quite hilly and sometimes rather steep. After 8 years here though, I have both knee and foot problems and so I'm getting an ebike and not giving up. As a serious rider, I've decided to go for a mid-drive and step through, for $2k US or a bit more. The two ebikes I've sort of focused on are the Specialized Como 2(last year's, on sale for $2500) and the Raleigh Venture 2(Last year's on sale for $2k.. The Raleigh has the Bosch Active Line Plus with a torque of 50nm; the Como has the Brose with 90nm. Will I feel a difference going up all the hills and mountain roads, on asphalt, gravel and a bit off-road? Or will I not notice the difference? (Are torque ratings accurate?) Unfortunately I can't test either bike up here. Though the Bosch has less torque, I like that it has shift easing. Thanks for your thoughts.