Just to make the point that there is no such thing as 'keyless'. You still need to carry a push button fob even with the Digital Guard Dawg. Okay, like the others you don't have to insert it into a lock but I suppose it can be called a 'key' of sorts since you could not start the bike without it. So then it becomes a matter of convenience really, and my personal opinion on this (for you) would be to save a large amount of money and go for one of the home made versions. There's the remote relay idea, but this works on a button fob just like the Guard Dawg. There is a short range RFID version that is similar to the Motogadget M-Lock where you need to present a tag within 3 inches of the sensor. Besides being extremely cheap to make, these have advantages just right for your situation, since the tags come in a few forms, for example a tiny glass bead that can be sewn into a glove. One member has even had one of these injected into his hand. Another member has a tag in the form of a ring. The RFID unit can be programmed for up to 25 tags (Motogadget M-Lock is limited to 3), so you could use a number of methods simultaneously and your 'key' is always with you.As a little chuckle for reference, I mostly want it because I'm from a small country town. I don't even have a key to my house back there even if I wanted to lock it. The door was made in 1856 and the key is long gone. I now live 3000 miles away and the keys to my truck which is in the door yard, are sitting in the console. When I moved to LA locking everything has been a hard habit to learn. But I still forget my bike key in the ignition constantly, I've never had to remove a bike key. Plus I've mostly ridden dirt bikes that don't even have a key. OK that's probably TMI and I probably need some sleep lol.... such is life in the big city. Thanks everyone
I've had a Digital Guard Dawg on for a few years now, and actually you can run them in either mode -Wow, I didn't realize that with the Digital Guard Dawg, you still needed to push a button on a remote to activate it. That's a draw back and kind of defeats the purpose of "keyless" as you pointed out. I read about it and watched videos and never pick up on that bit.
Thanks all, I'm going to revisit this situation.