Alright, I seem to have successfully posted. First of all, what's this "bronze" tag? Is this some kind of Olympics? I would like to say that I very much looked forward to reading the above review, only to find 3 lines and 3 words in the overall summation. I needed more because I am genuinely interested in buying this bike. For instance, how is the fuelling? Is the clutch (cable/hydraulic?)+gearbox smooth and seamless? What about the slow (parking lot) speed handling or u-turn stability? More than anything the OVERALL verdict/summation ought to shed light on these areas because they determine 99% of everyday use for which this bike is intended. Not whether it has x number of suspension settings suitable for track use or cracking on at 9/10th in the mountains. I have rated this bike on past Suzuki performance and quality. Everything ought to be top notch except for perhaps ride and handling, that is, when you compare this to the best sports bikes, which is why I would give it a 4 star rating. Under "normal" use, that is not racing, this could very well be 5 stars. The thing is, what gets omitted in reviews is the appraisal and use of a certain machine for which it is intended. Naturally the GSR 750 is no match for the GSX R 750 and such sports oriented bikes, but the other way is true too, that sports bikes through and through are not suited to everyday use on general roads. For my money this bike looks like it will do 97+% of all it is required to do extremely well, so therefore criticism of the forks and lack of suspension sophistication is largely not relevant. The suspension is obviously meant for riders in the 80-95kg region. For track use, this would not be a suitable machine. I also think the styling is refreshingly contemporary in a sea of Retros these days (read CB1100, V7, Bonneville, W800)which are bikes vying for the dollars and road conditions of TODAY. Unless there is a quality glitch in the manufacturing the GSR 750 is brilliantly conceived and deserves success. It just might be the alternative Busa you want on days when you don't need the Busa's almighty 0-300kph capabilities.