Loved to blow alernaters and eject moon roof down the interstate at 75 mph. And the ass was so light any moisture on the road caused it to flail wildly into doughnuts since apperantly combining 0 rear end weight with single side rear wheel drive was a good plan. The night hawk was a complete bitch to restart if you let it sit for more than 48 hours and picked up a weird electric bug that cause a couple cylinders to go in and out at random leading to a very interesting ride. Add the that the factory shocks were essentially a hard tail and the ride was comfortable for 10's of miles and I wouldn't buy another. At least not of that year lol. As for the Corbin seats I have one on my Transalp and my Pacific Coast and love them both. The thing is you don't break in a Corbin, they break you in. Once they do though 13 hours days in the saddle are quite enjoyable!