Hi Mercy boy, please don't take offence if the response you get on a public forum isn't what you hoped for / expected!
My earlier response was typed after I had typed a long response to a previous post of yours where you stated quite forcefully that you hadn't riden a BMW GS, but that they are too big. Now I ride 3 GS's, a 1000cc airhead, an 1100 and a 1200, and between the three have done over 150 thousand miles. I don't think the GS is too big, and resent you putting out statements like that which will guide others when they come to buy their next bike.
It is an urban myth that the GS is too big, spread by a lot of instant experts who have never riden one, but like to spout off and share their opinion (not fact).
Unfortunately the site failed to post my reply and by the time I left you a response on your post I wasn't in the mood to explain in detail.
For what it's worth I admire the fact that you are trying to put a few miles in. I average about 50k miles a year on a selection of bikes including big trailies, tourers, sport tourers, classics, trail bikes and sidecar outfits, and doing everything from green laning to touring to commuting to family shopping trips.
Perhaps you would be better to argue points which you have some knowledge of, rather than tell people that the BMW GS is too big (and anyone who doesn't agree with you is so caught up in brand loyalty that they can't take criticism).