I’m probably the person you have heard talking about it on here, as I think i’m currently the only one of the forum that has one.
I have said a million good things about it’s comfort, the upright posture, how forgiving it is, and how easy it is to learn on, so why don’t I just touch on the the little annoyances that have come up durring the first 1500 miles of riding it.
1- No center stand. This is really annoying. You need to get a rear stand in order to lube the chain.
2- If you are tall, you REALLY need a double bubble. The wind hits me right dead center in the chest and is a real pain at 75+ mph
3- The rear fender is retarded big. Look up XJ6 Diversion Fender Eliminator Kit.
4- If you are broad chested, enjoy the view of of your shoulders and elbows in the rear view mirrors.
5- The lack of aftermarket support, the bike just hasn’t been out long enough to have upgrade parts yet.
6- Sound. This is both good and bad. Your neighbors will love you that this bike is so quiet. At the same time I still wish for a little bit more volume that lets me know that something other than an angry hampster is under me at sub 5000 rpm.
7- The rear fender is so big homeless people have taken residence under it.
8- The weight took a little bit of time to get used to. I didn’t trust leaning in enough on it for my first couple weeks, and it took some serious plp hours before i did. With patience this is nice as it makes it more stable at high speeds in the wind as it doesn;t get pushed around much.
Anyways, I really do love the bike. I didn’t buy it with the expectation of riding it to work all the time, but it’s been so much fun and so comfortable that if I check the weather in the morning and it doesn’t say rain, I’m throwing on my gear and heading into work on it. If you have any specifics you want to ask please do.