Yes. this is a rhetorical question that only I can answer it but please play along. The bike in question is my 2004 Heritage Classic that I bought new. I lusted over this bike and paid through the nose for it back when paying MSRP was a great deal. It runs great and has never let me down other than a couple of flat tires in 26000 miles. It is the bike of choice when my wife rides pillion on our weekend jaunts since she refuses to ride on her own and steadfastly chooses to be fender fluff. But.....I remember my initial ride home (test rides were out of the question) about a quarter of a mile from the dealership I leaned into a mild right hand sweeper and scraped the crap out of the floor board. WTF! Harley has been making bikes for a century now and they haven't figured out that they LEAN when they turn? I hop on my GS 100% of the time when my wife is not along for the ride because it just fits me better. So aside from the bad handling, the joke of a front brake and the ridiculously low seat height (I'm 5'-17") I really like this bike. Flame on. I'm all ears.