Apologies if this has been addressed before. Rode the new Yamaha S10 last Friday night, courtesy of Mark Edwards of Lee's Kawasaki in Harrodsburg, Ky. Very, Very, Very nice bike: Yamaha nailed the Adventure bike segment with this thing. The twin makes mountains of thumpy torque for much happy and effortless motoring. Handling is spot on for lightness and feel; I got off the GS and onto the Tenere and just kept riding. Brakes are sweet, clutch is light, but after the using GS tractor clutch I believe it would be a source of insecurity for me. Riding position is about perfect, seat is better than the 1150's Corbin. There's a sweet hit at the midrange to topend that will nicely reduce having to time passes while flowing through traffic as on the 1150. Ran it through the gravel of Lee's back lot with much trepidation, but found the S10 to be as confidence inspiring and solid there as the GS. I look for this thing to be a hit! I don't know how a man would go about farkling the thing after having had access to the GS aftermarket, and my confidence level in most yamaha dealers for on the road repairs and parts is low. Luckily, someone else bought it so these things are not a near future worry. The "touring" mode is wierd and the "sport" mode is more like "normal". The turn signals use that weird single switch all the Jap bikes have. Did not see a gear indicator on the dash. Is there and aeroflow fairing for it??? Bonus: I got to ride the GS home in the snow!