As we are all learning to ride this thing we learn it is somewhat of a compromise. It has a very good chassis, but not world class. For $25,000 you can either get a great chassis, or great motor, but not both. As I have ridden my H2 on the twisty mountain roads where I live, I have grown to love the extreme power, but do not like having to wrestle the bike the rest of the time. The H2R is pretty incredible with its monster power, but I guess I am waiting for some tuner to build a special that combines power and handling. Something like a 425 pound H2RR that has more carbon fiber, maybe some magnesium and titanium thrown in and 240 horsies. Street legal too and with Moto GP specs for power and handling. This should be able to be competitive on the road race track, the drags, and even on the land racing circuit. Yes, I know there is not a road race class for blown bikes, but there are still track days. The same goes for the drags and land speed racing events. Somehow, just going stinking fast is all the reward you need. Can't wait to see it.