I can honestly say i agree with pretty much all of your comments.
1) the looks, it doesn't seem like they spent much time thinking about what would look pleasing to the eye BUT it is german and not italian.
2) the price tag, in a nut shell the s1000r is a naked s1000rr so IF it really will be less then 10k to buy why does the s1000rr cost an extra £3,000? thats alot of money for some fairings, like other have said it's probably £9,999 + vat + registration fees + PDI + what ever else they stick on the price of it.
3) the BHP figures why oh why take 30 BHP off it? of course they say stuff like "makes it more ridable in real world riding" or "we've done that to give it more power at low revs" or what ever other bull they come out with. BHP figures sell bikes, if they kept it at the full 190 odd bhp they could market it as the most powerful naked and alot of people would probably buy it because of that. Not that any bike with 150+bhp (sport or naked bike) is ever used to its full potential on the road but it's nice to know its there and feel it occasionally when you get it in 2nd or 3rd gear, take the throttle to the stopper and feel it almost pull your arms off as the front wheel leaves the ground :) people who might buy the s1000r wont use it for commuting or touring, they'll be buying it for a sunday hard-on so give them the full 190bhp to have fun with.
As for 4, 5, or 6 i cant think of anything else but i'm sure i'll think of something at some point. I already know i won't be thinking about buying one mainly because if a fan of sports bikes but even if i was looking for a naked, i dont care how well it might ride, one of the most important things about a bike to me is it's looks and they just don't do it for me, not even the slightest twinge in my pants