Grabbed the first 800 from Ride West in Seattle on Saturday and have been having a hoot of a time. Been doing annoyingly small rides up until today, but left work a bit early today and took the Long Way Home - about 250 miles of mountain riding. :) Have LOTS of feedback that is pretty interesting - just love that power and ergos, the seat was fine, mileage was about 50 driving somewhat aggressively (though I'm in break-in period so there were limits), and the wind flow was okay for my 6'1" bod. Two issues I'm noticing, however: I'm finding that I need to be very careful on the throttle to not get a bit of snatch off-idle. I finally started figuring out exactly what it took to eliminate it, but it's definitely requiring more thought than any of the other, um, 8 bikes I've purchased in the last, um, short amount of time. My Husky TE510 is the only bike that has it worse. The 800 has so much power that a snatch on the dirt means that rear is more apt to break loose, which isn't ideal - at least when it's not intended. The issue is harshness in the ride in front. I dinked with the shock preload and damping and finally got it to stop bouncing around, but of course there are no adjustments on the front fork, and they are hammering me, particularly on anything square-edged. It's like the damping is cranked WAY up. :eek1 Anybody else experiencing any of this? I'd love to use a simple throttle cam replacement to make the snatch go away entirely. I'm wondering if Ride West might have put too much fork oil in the forks, would that cause it? Is fork-oiling one of the things the dealers do during setup, or do they come already filled?