Bored with sport tourers, but wanting something that offered lots of power and excitment I settled on a Tuono last May. From the look of some of these reports I may have paid over the top for it, but so far have been absolutely delighted with it. I have added an ermax flip screen to help it on the motorway, and replaced large numbers of badly fured nuts and bolts. It is a bike that demands a lot of committment from a rider - ride it well and it rewards with great dollops of grip, shunts of torque, and a howling engine that tickles something primevil inside me. Ride it badly and it hesitates, wheelies, slides, slaps the chain so bad you think it will break, and shakes it's head in disgust and generally tries to kill you. It was just what I was looking for. It's demanding, passionate, and utimatly rewarding. It demands committment from me, and gives utter delight in return. Strengths: Wonderful, powerful V-twin engine, the amazing brembo brakes, handling, attitude, un-commoness, brutal looks, italian detailing, noise. Weaknesses: Fuel range is not good. Seat is not comfortable for distance - in fact the bike is not great at motorways/distance because of the riding position, italian detailing, and the noise at 6.30am when I wake everyone on my street.