@MikeSL1 I do not like batteries that are visible on the outside of the frame specially permanently like most of the no name ebike brands sold via small shops in NZ. I also did not want to spend an extra $1000 for extended battery specifically and carry that extra weight around specifically and again hanging outside. I did try the test ride on 2021 Como SL which I liked while I was riding on flat road. The 2x power it provided was good considering it is also an lighter bike but when I got a hill, I had to pedal much harder that I had to with the Trek Allant+ 7S which had more than twice the torque comparatively to the SL. This is why I went with Turbo Como 5.0 which has 2.5 x more torque than the SL variant. It also has 2 x bigger battery, newer TCD with ability to lock the motor to deter theft and few other minor bits all for an extra $500 compared to the SL.I want to commute comfortably to my office which will be 25KM one way so battery range is important to me and power so I can go up inclines without a lot of effort. The 90Nm torque will come very handy pulling the kids bike trailer behind which weighs 22KG + 18KG toddler and 5KG baby which will be prob around 10KG when it will be 12 months old before I put her in the bike trailer as well.