For us in MN, many of these won't qualify since they are over 2000lbs. (the fully loaded ones)There may be some General owners that want it, but I think Polaris may be aiming more toward Jeep drivers that want to go on Class II ATV trails.
I love the guys crying about it not having smart shocks and trailing arms or more than 64" width. This is why the RZR was made, and why they revamped the line up with the RZR XP. Polaris truly made the RZR XP as a very likely gateway drug into the full blown RZR's. Think about it, the new XP has upright seating, same engine, more 4 person passenger room. And if I had to guess, the accessory list may include hard doors and sealed cab in the very near future.
Those asking for RZR like components may find themselves not in General, Xpedition land or even ProR land, but in RZR XP land. and be very happy. What do they lose? Utility? Come on, that's where a buyer has to be real honest with what they want out of their SXS. There will never be a true swiss army knife. Polaris still offers the most models in the most categories. If you can't find the one that fits your "real needs" and not what you want to pretend to be, then good luck. (and no, I am not from Polaris or want to preach about it)