Might I suggest you look at a Triumph Trophy SE, 2013-2016. They have all the bells and whistles of a BMW but can be had at a great bargain for all you get. Radio, Bluetooth, cruise control, tire pressure monitoring system, power windshield, all standard and built into the bike. A great touring bike, I love mine.
I looked at the SE a year ago when I was debating whether to repair my clutch or simply replace my LT. Three obstacles for me with the Triumph were:
1. Dealer does not offer test rides
2. Dealer is 90 miles away which is only a little better than the 120 to nearest BMW dealer.
3. As I read more about the SE it appeared to be the only bike more troublesome than the LT!
I would really love another Kawasaki. Dealer is 25 miles away and the three I had were trouble free, low maintenance and well engineered. Unfortunately, after two nice, and technology leading, touring bikes, the Voyager 1300 and Voyager XII, the Harley wannabe Vulcan Voyager 1700 just didn't appeal to me.
Though I have never wanted to own another Honda product, the rumors about the new Wing are pretty intriguing. The Wing has always had all-day comfort and pays good attention to the passenger. It lacked suspension, braking and modern electronic technologies. Rumors are that the next Wing will address all these issues and MAY even incorporate mild hybrid technology in the power train. If Honda does all that, I may have to give them a chance to redeem themselves for the miserable 1984 Accord I owned. My only concern based on other recent models is that they may offer only an automatic transmission. That would be a deal breaker.