Seriously? Mags on a retro model? They've just made a beautiful bike accelerate rather sluggishly into the barbed wire fence that seperates good looking bike territory and ugly bike land (largely populated by 1983-1997 faired sportsbikes) And here it sits in all it's glory... http://bp1.blogger.com/_Mvhjidbvdzc/SJIdZBTtHzI/AAAAAAAAG4M/3LY-GP_LG0w/s1600-h/b4.jpg I find it funny that the Yamaha style mags they've put on the bike tend to be the first thing a lot of SR500 and XS650 owners try and ditch for spokes. Call my cynical, but why on earth would they do this? Are cast mags cheaper to make and assemble than spokes? And will spoked wheels manage to pop up as a bloody expensive aftermarket part from the factory? Congratulations to those who got the last of the old model standard bonnie's - your resale value just went up. On the bright side, the T100 keeps mags, and manages to paint it's sidecovers the same colour as the tank.