Just had my bike at the dealer for my BMW Field Service Engineer appointment to address a few concerns of mine. Here were my concerns and the BMW FSE's responses: 1) Clunk/clack sound from front end? FSE: Rode my bike for 50 miles. Heard only one sound from the front end. Said the sound was normal. The floating brake rotors. 2) Onboard computer fuel calculation error? FSE: Looked at PUMA Measure. Tested sensor and did manual fuel calculations. His manual calculations matched the OBC. No problem. 3) Riding in rain - water getting in airbox? FSE: He's heard of a few cases of this. But only in torrential downpours. And even in those cases, there was only a little bit of water in the airbox. Not enough to stall the bike. He said it would take a much larger volume of water in the engine (not just in the airbox) to stall the engine, as in a river crossing gone too deep. He said if your bike is stalling, it's from something other than rain. Like an electrical issue that the rain is exagerating or something. He also said you shouldn't be riding your bike in torrential downpours in the first place for safety reasons! I agreed with him. 4) Recalls for my VIN? FSE: Only one. Upper coolant hose. Done. 5) Latest software/firmware for bike? FSE: The computer on these bikes can only take so many firmware flashes before the computer itself has to be replaced. So he only recommended doing a firmware update if it's to fix a problem. Then I told him there is a problem: snatchy throttle. He said that after riding my bike for 50 miles, the throttle response felt completely normal. Now I know the peanut gallery will chime in here and contradict everything the FSE said in response to my concerns. Bear in mind, however, that this BMW Field Service Engineer has ridden hundreds of F800GS's, and worked on hundreds of F800GS's. He knows this bike inside and out. It's his job. This guys got more experience and knowhow with this bike than any 20 or 30 of us put together. He is one of five BMW FSE's that cover the entire United States. So he travels all around the Midwest dealing specifiaclly with this bike. Let's try to trust that a bit. Thanks in advance.