Dude, First rule of riding: it's not the bike, it's the rider.
I have a K1300S with 103 lb-ft of torque and 180 HP with 0-60 in 2.8 seconds. With a lot of the power available at low RPMs and no sissy riding modes. Meaning all the power, all the time. No superbike can match that. Superbikes as you know can only perform in high RPMs. that's why I said, the RR makes a good commuter as it is docile in traffic.
As for cornering, see rule number 1. I can out corner any squid, even if I am on a cruiser, let alone my K1300S. It's NEVER the bike on the road, it's ALWAYS the rider. :)
I did an interview with Jay Leno years back and asked how he liked the cornering on a certain bike. He said, Shiva, it's never the bike and here's a story.
He told me a story about a famous off-road rider named Springsteen. Who was paying a visit to the Rock Store in the LA canyons. Rock Store is a famous motorcycle weekend hangout.
He was on a POS 883 Harley. And not even a new one. Some old junk. Being a known rider, the SQUIDS on their Japanese sportbikes challenged him on the ride back. Leno who witnessed this said, Sprintsteen on his junky 883 out-cornered all of them. Leno said, he was producing sparks like he was welding as we went around corners.
If you need a bike to help you corner, you don't know how to ride. Simple!