After a couple months of researching ebikes, I believe I've narrowed it down to about 3 choices (kind of). I first narrowed it down to the juiced ripcurrent s (rcs), as it provided excellent on and off road performance, with excellent range. However, recently I've discovered that a fair amount of people switched from buying the juiced rcs to buying either the rize rx or rx pro (is the only difference between the two the tires?). I'd prefer to not having buyers regret so I was wondering if the performance on and of road of the rize rx and rx pro is enough to justify the extra $1000 in cost or will the rcs be a nice sweet spot? Similarly, is the quickness of the power delivery of the torque sensor mid drive enough to justify the extra $1000 cost of the torque senor hub drive? The area I live in is a mix of both hills and flat lands, however there are more flatlands than hills. I also weigh about 240 lbs, as I know that will efect the performance of the motor. If there is anything less than about $3500 that can provide the same performance and features as those two it would be appreciated as well (hardtail or full suspension only please). The primary purpose of the bike is for exercise, fun, and recreation.