First of all, this is not just another "What should I do to my suspension" thread. My issue is simply this: the more I ride my VFR, the less impressed I am with its handling capabilities. I have tried various permutations of sag/compression settings and have still not found anything that I consider to be even adequate, let alone good. It is really the only major complaint I have about the bike. What I want to know is if I am the only one who ended up not enjoying riding their VFR because in stock form it didn't want to go around corners? - I have no faith in it, as it always feels like it is getting ready to high-side me. I went for a short ride yesterday with my Dad. We swapped rides half way (he has a 2008 Varadero) and when we got back to my place he said, "I was wondering why you went around that first roundabout so slowly; now I know why! - Your bloody bike doesn't want to tip in!" He was right. I love my VFR but quite honestly, the handling is far short of where I would expect it to be. So....am I the only one here who has pretty much concluded that the stock suspension of the VFR makes it almost unrideable? I am going to a local race suspension place to have the front and rear shocks completely rebuilt for my weight and riding style. I hope that will solve this issue. If not, I'm selling it and buying a B-King.