The clutch on my 950 spat the dummy on the weekend. I read the Jean Luc account of his problem and mine was identical. Started losing pressure at the lever until there was none. Pumping the lever brought the pressure back momentarily until I couldn't get any clutch action at all. The upside was this was on a KTM dealer ride. They handed over a demo 950 and put mine on their trailer and sent it back to the workshop. The chief mechanic imediatley thought it was the same as similar problems they had encountered. A small o-ring in the slave cylinder has a tendency to get a small nick (cut) in it during installtion due to the edges of the surrounding cast alloy. This nick can then allow air to enter the system. The result being no clutch but still a full or semi full resorvoir. However after pulling the clutch down this ended up not being the problem but rather a small dent/defect in the master cylinder (also a known problem) also allowing air into the system. Hopefully all will be well when its picked up today and I will report further with more precise details of the problem and fix. As a side note I met a number of other 950 riders. One guy had previusly gone over the handlebars at high speed some months ago when mud built up under the front guard which susequently broke with the brake hose catching in the front tyre. As discussed on this board he has modified this by adding a second brake hose. Interestingly this is a pretty cheap fix as the only par required is a longer piece of hose. All the banjos can be rearranged ie left hand caliper fittings up to the handlebar fitting and vice versa. less than $100. This guy is a very impressive rider in the dirt and information from a second source had him timed at a 1.55 sec lap of Phillip Island (MotoGP and World Superbike circuit) on standard Scorpion tyres. Anything under 2.00 on any sportbike is damn good on this circuit. Sorry but I forgot my camera so no pics which is a shame as I saw a new side to this bike in some pretty decent muddy single track terrain.