So i had my 2011 800GS in at the dealer a couple weeks ago and they loaned me a new 2012 for the day. The first thing i noticed was a big improvement in the throttle response over my 2011. The initial roll-on in the 2012 was much smoother and the 0 to a-little-bit-on lurch I am so used to seemed to be absent. Last weekend I was at the RawHyde/Touratech rally here in WA and was talking to a fellow who was on his second f800, a new 2012 (he had an 09 previously) and i asked him if he noticed anything different about the throttle on the 2012 model vs the older model. He replied: "yeah. they fixed it!!" The question: has anyone else noticed this? Or better yet, does anyone have info about what the "fix" was? Better better yet, is it something that can be applied to older models? I've tried the plugin dongle thingy that alters the fuel mapping, and it seems to help a bit, but i still struggle with the jumpiness. I'm looking at trying the G2 as well. Mostly I'm just curious if this is something BMW has officially addressed and intentionally corrected in the 2012, or, like the surging in the r1100 boxers from 12 years ago, its something they just quietly fixed without ever acknowledging there was an issue in the first place.