Having owned my 2007, 650 Executive for 2 1/2 years now I think it is a very capable One-Up cross country tourer.
I am retired and use my scoot for pleasure only and have over 28,000 trouble free miles on it.
I often take rides of 200-350 miles into Ohio Amish country or southeastern Ohio just to ride the twisties of the county roads.
It handles them and higher speed sweepers quite well.
I've had mine up to 107-108 MPH(GPS)many times and it never exibited any wobble or other negative handling characteristics.
I have taken 2 long trips this summer, one of 3,000 miles and the other of 6,400 miles.
During those trips I have beaten my scoot mercilessly, asking it to do 3, one thousand mile plus single day rides, and overall averaging 700 miles per day.
It will cruise all day, day after day, at a true 75-80 MPH.
The last trip (6400 miles in 9 days) my scoot carried over 350 pounds of rider/tools/luggage weight and I still got 49 miles to the USA gallon.
My wife will ride anywhere with me as long as it is within 350 miles.
Over that and she won't come due to the comfort level of the seat.
My Scoot is 100% stock.
I would encourage anyone considering this scooter to opt for the ABS.
Now for the negatives;
A little rough over elevated road seams and pot-holes due to smaller tires.
Rear tire tends to wear out around 8,000 miles and the front tire 16,000 miles.
It would be almost perfect if it had cruise control and a tire pressure monitoring system.