Too Fast and Manual
Too Fast: Actually the RR is quite docile in traffic. It's probably the most practical of all sportbikes. It's extremely easy to ride in the city. It's very mellow in traffic and you can tour on it. Well, sportbike style tour, put a lot of mileage with as little baggage, as many do.
The RR gets fast when you get on the throttle. The RR has two personalities slow and fast. It's mellow and very manageable below 7K RPM and ferociously fast above it, up to about 14K redline.
Also, since the non-HP version is priced so well, it's really an ideal street bike, that can also do track days very well.
Note to Neeves about "Manual:" Don't mean to bust your chops and I do appreciate your reports. But there is no such thing as "manual" electronic adjustment. In motorcycling there are 3 levels of adjustment: (1) "Automatic," meaning sensors decide how to handle the function. (2) "Electronic," meaning you set the adjustment and then the bike behaves within set parameters. (3) "Manual" meaning by hand adjustment, it's distinctly separated from electronic settings, event says so in the dictionary. From Dictionary.com: "MANUAL: done, operated, worked, etc., by the hand or hands rather than by an electrical or electronic device."
Manual means you wrangle or wrench a knob to set the functionality. What you have here with the new Dynamic suspension is 1+2: Automatic functionality within Electronic adjustment of the main settings. Erase the word manual from your report. You'll get more respect, from people who actually pay attention not just to what you say, but also how you say it. Cheers, S