As for the Cafe model, it has a bunch of things that make it attractive to me.More power, a unique double downtube frame, rear disk brake, classic styling...On the other hand, I gave up knee dragging years ago and the rear set foot pegs and clip on handlebars and the crouched riding position that goes along with them doesn't suit my antique body anymore. If I bought one I would want to change the bars and rearsets but I don't think the frame is set up to allow that without welding on some extra mounts. The hydraulic rear disk brake master cylinder would also require moving so there would need to be quite a bit of revising to get it like I would like it.
........ If you are a lard ass well, I guess I can see it but if that's the case you really need a larger bike unless you like looking like a circus act.