Is a hydraulic clutch really better than a cable operated clutch? Longevity would seem to be one advantage, unless of course your clutch master or slave cylinder starts leaking in under two years (as it has on two of my previous bikes), and with a hydraulic clutch you may get some warning of an impending failure, rather than having the cable suddenly snap. On the other hand, a cable clutch is much easier to repair, costs far less, and weighs less. Some prefer cable actuated clutches because they allow you to set the clutch engagement point exactly where you want it. Any other points to consider?