@markdjr it was easy to say. I truly am satisfied riding my V1, it doesn't leave me wanting any more of it at this point other than range. It it was more powerful, smoother, faster or quieter I am simply saying it would not be more fun or functional for me. Only thing I would ask for is more range.
Nice to have not need to have features--for me. Not an insult on + owners by any stretch. I also have a 2008 Sequoia that I feel the same way about. It might be some form of contentment in my advanced age.
I do have a buddy with a V2 I am going to try. Perhaps I will eat my words and change my tune.
@ahxe45 sounds like you and I may be of the same cloth to a degree. For me, the refinement doesn't seem like its worth $1500. Give me the refinement plus range, and then I bite. Money is not the object, value is. To @markdjr point, perhaps the power would help off road. It would have to be a lot more for me to care. There are simply things I know I cannot climb, and I pop off and run up the hills and carry on. For the most part, I can finesse over the minor stuff on the trails. It is a riot off road for me. It goes fast enough in that environment to be of significant danger to me--so that's fast enough for now :).
Plus I am building a Trampa Urban Carver e-skate right now, so my electric foot vehicle loyalties are not solely in the OneWheel camp. There are some damn fun others out there to explore, too. OneWheel is unique and fun, though, for sure!