I am sitting here grinning like the Cheshire Cat. I brought my "new to me"PCX 125 home yesterday and had a chance to take it out for a good run despite some chilly temps. Running the scoot on a course near home had me laughing and hooting. More fun between 25 and 45 mph than an adult should be allowed! After about twenty miles of curves, sweepers and hills I was more than happy over my new purchase. The PCX feels almost like a bicycle compared to my Majesty. So nimble, quick and easy to turn into curves. I had to watch it at first when doing some high apex turns it is so easy to fall into them. Barely a nudge of the bar and turn of the head seems all it takes. There is a mountain lake near my home. The road around it has a lot of what we call "ups, downs and arounds". Many tight turns and elevation changes makes a rider think of the Dragon". At the end of this run, we often say to one another "we don't neeed no steenkin Dragon". The little 125 has good pull out of the turns and has a suprisingly decent amount of engine braking going in. It was challenged with a few steeper hills and was able to pull my 190 lbs along without losing too much momentum. It was doing well to maintain 45 on a couple of grades, but that was actually 15mph faster than posted limits. Only a couple of places allowed me to hit more than 55 before a series of tight turns loomed. The ride is surpisingly supple and the bike stayed fairly well composed in the turns and when the road surface changed.. Brakes are more than adequate for the weight and speeds involved. The seat was fairly comfortable the limited time I was aboard. I did throw a spare Alaska Leathers Butt Pad on having read a few complaints about the seat (try sitting on a DR650 very long :huh). Do I sound like a happy camper? You betcha!!! The PCX 150 has advantages with extra ponies being the most significant. However,the beating in price the 125's have taken upon the 150's introduction makes the trade off well worth it. Gently used with only 1800 miles, my little scoot set me back less than half the price of a new PCX150. As spring unfolds, I intend to take some longer rides on this scooter and will provide updates on how it performs. High mileage, high smileage and and the wind in my face... Cheers! Driller. The Majesty may be feeling neglected.