OH yeah. Need to get out on some real roads and do a little suspension tweaking, but all the preliminary feelings are very positive. Never ridden a 1000 that feels like this, even my very sorted 85. The brakes are very good for this heavy pig and the aftermarket front springs that happened to be in the VFR forks I bought feel great (though I'm sure they are technically a few kg/mm short for what it really needs). Rear YSS shock is very nice and is the most expensive thing I put on this bike. Money well spent. But... of course now I can get the clutch to slip under VERY hard acceleration. I actually expected it. Already have the new clutch, I just wanted to get some shake down miles first and make sure there wasn't anything major. Now remove the body work and finish some final little repairs and touch everything up. I'll swap in the CBR1000F clutch master when I replace the clutch. I also plan on making some custom exhaust brackets to replace the stock passenger footpeg mounts. And need to figure out some front signals.