I think you'll like the Challenger when you get a chance to take one for a ride.
Once the Challenger has the full touring package added (removable trunk and lowers, with a heated seat and grips are table stakes in my book) it might be worth the price they are asking for it as is.... I think the Challenger is the most appealing touring bike in production at the moment. If I was offered to swap my Vision for a Challenger even money... I might be on a new bike.
Your Vision at 30K miles isn't even broken in yet. I felt my CCT at 50K was finally 'broken in'. Anyway, you're safe with your Vision as no one will offer to trade you even up for the Challenger. Not a running, non crashed one anyway.My Vision only has 30K - at 10K per year, I'm hoping to be good for a while. However, as much as I dislike what Polaris did with Victory... I think the Challenger is the most appealing touring bike in production at the moment. If I was offered to swap my Vision for a Challenger even money... I might be on a new bike.
That's why I picked it up... 7K for one of the best touring bikes ever produced , seemed like a no brainer to me! To be clear, I love my Vision and plan on spending many miles on her! I'm looking forward to getting a few mods done to really wake it up.Keep the Vision going for as long as you can. It's the best value in all of motorcycling.