you don't mention what kind of riding you like. The Versys is a do it all type of road bike, be it asphalt or dirt.
If you do a lot of urban riding, back roads, light sport touring where the roads are in question, or hitting the twisties, the Versys is the machine.
Slaying the super highway, the FJR is the machine.
I will use the Dragon as an example of the Versys over the FJR, the Versys will out corner and maneuver the FJR on this type of road, or riding any country roads that are not straight.
Also experienced as well as novice riders find the Versys to be a fun machine. I was actually thinking about getting a 1400 Concours the day I tested a Versys. I was considering the Concours as a good touring machine, and had experience with the old 1000, and Honda's ST1100. I was only considering the Versys as a fun local runabout and some back road riding. I'd looked at the SV650, Wee-strom, and 650r for the same reasons.
In short, the Versys is the, "Do it all type of bike." I've rode mine from Ohio to North Carolina in one day and enjoyed every bit of it. Also I think the Versys now has more aftermarket accessories than most of the sport touring bikes combined, with the exception of the Gold Wing. (Versys rider don't see a good reason for a Cappuccino machine as an accessory like the Wingers do.)