Lol love it. That might help me sell the $2k purchase to my wife. Might be a springtime purchase. I don’t ride on trails much but have been kicking around getting more into it since there are some good trails here in western Illinois.Thanks for the congratualtions!
I'd encourage you to at least go test ride one sooner than later.
I'm truly amazed at how much more fun it is to ride with the torque sensor, vs. cadence-sensor--and also how much more control that engenders. It feels a lot safer, really. Also, it's responsive enough for some non-pavement situations, if that's of interest to you. (I tried taking a cadence-sensored bike on some of the many logging roads and single track trails around here, and it wasn't a good scene; I turned around after about half a mile in the interest of keeping body and soul together. With the level, I put in mile after mile on gravel and dirt roads, and mellow single track, and feel in control of the ride the whole time.)
I guess I'm thinking that the fact that it's more fun might make you want to upgrade sooner rather than later...and the fact that it's actually safer could help justify doing so. (You know: Safety first!)