Mr Right / Mrs Right?
They dont exist. You either FIT together correctly or you dont!!!!
Cram a 250 series slick in the tail of a sporty and then complain that the handling has gone to hell???? Hey its the "right" tire if you want perfect take off traction. Slip a 130 series into a 120 hp hard tail chopper and complain that you do nothing but burn tire off the line???? Hey its the "Right" cornering tire.
Ya know its NOT always Mr / Mrs Right. Take the time to do the research and ride it out a bit and pick the one that best compliments what you are looking for in a mate.
Just like a perfectly set up scooter though, it WILL require maintenance to keep things running smoothly to prevent a complete breakdown!!!!!!!
If you can find no "right" that meets all your needs,,,, get a couple and "ride" the one you are in the mood for today, and garage the rest til you need a change of pace. DONT COMMIT to one and regret it !!!!!
As for me,,, I am thrilled and quite content with a well rounded scooter and mate, and BOTH have been VERY low maint, and a LOT of good times, but neither are "perfect" on paper by any stretch of the imagination, but BOTH are PERFECT in design when matched to my needs and expectations.