I have to put in a pair of comments:
Firstly, anyone who questions the reliability of Triumphs has no idea. I have had my Street for almost two and a half years. I have done nearly 60,000 kms (I live in Spain - for this, I say kms) all year round, sun, rain, snow, hot, cold, WHATEVER. I have had no issues with the bike. Many times, riding past people stopped at the side of the road with faults. I am a member of a community of Triumph riders over here: Each with a similar story. What is more, I ride around the city for work, filtering through the traffic, during the week. The weekends are for stroming around my 'secret' mountain routes and I have done a couple of circuits. The Street does it all.
Secondly, The revised Speed WILL be my next bike. The changes are good, perhaps not great. I had hoped for a new engine, with enough horsepower to compete with the Streetfighter and Brutale. But, at the end of the day, what we must remember is that this is not a supersport-like bike. It's context is not the same as the class-leading Street. This is a sporty bike - but not for leading the pack in circuits. Hence, Triumph has worked on the torque and not the peak power.
I am very excited about the upcoming test rides....