Wanting a new bike's an emotional thing... no logic to it. Understand completely.
That's how we ended up with my wife's Ural. Gotta tell a little story... Found the ADV website and one day told my wife "I know the one thing I have to do before I die." She replied, "Oh great, another obsession. What is it now."
I told her I read about some ADV rides and want to do something similar. Take a week, ride as far as possible on and off road. Park it in a storage facility until I have another week or two. Fly out and pick up the ride, etc. Fast forward.... Stopped by Greensboro one day and saw the Urals. Note: My wife also rides, or at least she has her endorsement. As we left, wife says in the intercom, "Hey, I've got an idea. You can get one of those adventure bikes and I can get a Ural and we can ride together." Now, I am playing it cool. All I heard was I could have another bike. So I says, "Yea, maybe. I'm not sure I want an Adventure bike." I'm thinkin, "alright, how do I play this." So after an hour or two of ridin and not mentioning any more about it, I tell wife, "You should get the Ural. I can get an adventure bike later if I decide to do it." We do the standard, no, yah, you deserve it, naw, etc. So we went back the next day and picked it up. I called Greensboro and told them I was comin. Jason came back and opened the store up after they closed to let me take it home.
So I says all that to say... Get another bike!!!
And by the way, if any of you ever meet my wife, you can't tell her the story. She'd kick my @@@!