I've now done about 600 miles on mine in all different conditions, the bike is 10 years old and had 5600miles on the clock (poor girls been locked up all her life). Overall this is an easy bike to live with! Bad points first, The suspension is budget (we all know that but) it dives quite a bit on the brakes which realy upsets it going into a corner and it doesnt do well at speed, push it to 110mph and you get a (steady) speed wobble, you have to fight to keep it straight. Also if you want to change you angle mid-corner you have to jump off the seat and swing on the bars. Hopefully this is all because the fork oil has never been changed and the tyres have a realy steady profile (bt020's) so i'll use some progresive fork spring, new oil and some d208 tyres, might drop the forks through the yokes by 5mm too. Now the good bits, She's pretty! sooo comfy though i'm adding a GS1000S style headlight fairing just for longer and cold jorneys. The finish is pretty good for a suzuki, the engine is almost spotless and the paintwork looks like a brand new bike. The engine is great, not the fastest engine and the top speed is'nt that strong but that's not what it's all about, sit at 2500revs in top gear and wack the throtle open, it gets up to the ton faster than that big grin appers on your face. I'd love to see a top gear roll-on comparison with a modern Gixer 750! This bike can sit at 90 all day long. It's got a good tank range and the petrol gauge is handy, good pillion provisions, good size space under the seat etc. brakes are well ample and rear suspention seems quite nice. I'm well happy I bought this bike and it's increadable value. Don't buy it if you want a sporty retro (maybe something like a Z750 would be better) but if you want a good all rounder that puts a smile on your face, looks good and you can be proud of, it's a winner!