I think he means he's taking the time to enjoy the scenery, as opposed to going fast enough to have to focus 100% on that. I like both, sometimes I push it and enjoy the ride, and whenever I'm with my wife, I let her lead and so I have PLENTY of time to enjoy the scenery
Those Indians sure are nice, as are the Victory cruisers. Though I really enjoy Indian's more nostalgic approach with the tan seats and such, I too would play that waiting game for them to be out longer, when did they come back, 2008? Their prices are a wee high, so I hash them with HD, a lot of money, for nothing special of a bike. That Scout looks nice, but for nearly $12k, you get a basic naked bike that's 1130ccs. It is pretty, but its a city bike. I like the look of those Victories too, and those are 106cc. Still pricey for me though, maybe I'm just a cheapo!
I just left the cruiser world, had a 09 Yamaha Vstar 950 Tourer. Not much of the get up and go feeling, but pulling off of stops and lights on hills, it had more grunt, I could just slowly release the clutch and move. Way more comfortable to sit on too. But hey, I was tired of scraping with every turn. Haven't scraped the Versys once yet