Welcome to the passion...I mean insanity of the TW200!
If you have the dough and like the look, smell & feel of "new" and appreciate a warranty, it sounds like you made a wise choice. Not to mention all the fun of building, mod'ing & farkelizing it yourself!
That's what I did too, but I knocked a big chunk of the cost of my new 2014 buy buying it in 2016 as a "non-current" model.
I'm in Amarillo, TX and that would be a bit of a stretch to go for a ride...but it's good to have another Texan on-board.
A locomotive engineer...cool!