There are positives to each tire option. You can get home with a bent wheel with a tube tire than without a tube. We're probably not seeing rims like the Tenere because tubeless spoked rims are prohibitively expensive. tubeless are better for off road riding as your can air down without bead issues.
But the scr950 is more for on road riding than off.
This got me curious about consumer cost of wheel parts and here's what I found:
Super Tenere - $569/$445
SCR950 - $246/$296
SCR $169/$676 (I checked twice!)
The assorted parts needed to assemble each wheel vary greatly, also.
That's something to consider about being too adventurous with a Yamaha: They don't sell completed wheels.
They only sell the parts to build them.
While I had the front end off the Super Tenere two years ago for steering head bearing greasing, I added up the price of a few parts and stopped when I hit $3000. That was for the wheel, spokes, hub, tire, forks and triple clamps. No brake components, axle, bearings, seals or controls. Yikes!!!