Okay, I have my '09 F800GS for three weeks now, and I truly love the bike. But, I've got a few observations questioning BMW engineering for the new F*/GS bikes. I've noticed that deploying the sidestand while sitting on the bike requires leaning the bike past vertical to the right side to get the stand down, (sidestand too long???). And the F800GS seems to be much more top heavy, (i.e. leaning the bike at a stop past the point-of-no-return), much more than the F650GS or ther R1200GS. The suspension is significantly higher than its predicessors, so a large majority of the weight has been moved vertically to accomodate the higher ground clearance. Even though the fuel tanks are located low on the frame of the bike, it still feels somewhat top-heavy in stand-still leans. Any UKGSers seeing this? Thanks, Dave M.