They're doing a Europa clipper.
I'd wager that we're going to find out icy moons around gas giants are even better (and maybe more common) targets to colonize than rocky planets, especially if they orbit inside of the planet's magnetosphere. Not hard, when gas giant magnetospheres are huge. Jupiter's is bigger than the sun. One of the instruments on that Europa mission is so fuckin' cool, multi-bounce time-of-flight spectrometer, never been flown before. I hope they can pull everything together, but I don't expect the mission to meet their initial launch goal. Nothing against anybody I know, but I don't think that they can meet scope, cost, and schedule. So, just a normal mission, then.
Anyway, you guys can send me to either Enceladus or Europa, I don't even care about the internet latency. I just need some alone time.
Edit: You can give me money, yes, but you already do that