They may not be everyone's cup of tea, but I'd buy one in a heartbeat.
Think of it as a TW that you can buy tires for anywhere in the world. Such as, say.... Mongolia. But seriously, who lives there, anyway.....
AGman can probably give you a more accurate rendering of the realities of riding them onroad. The tranny is geared lower than an XT or a TW. But everything else you need is included in the price of admission.
I don't know where the Shineray products fall in the Chinabike quality hierarchy, but the military uses their XL200-ish clone that is equipped similarly to a farm bike, has all the racks, a big, honkin' 5 gallon tank and a backup CDI system, standard.