Following on from my little bit of excitement last year, I am currently in the early stages of thinking about how to replace the 675R, brutally murdered by a Hyundai... So today I found out one of the local dealers here has a 2015 675R with 2000 km on it. It is pretty much identical to mine (LED lights, tail tidy, Arrow pipe) and has the original rubber with massive chicken strips from not having been thrashed. I believe the guy traded it for a Harley because he kept dropping his mates on group rides! I don't know if the Ohlins TTX36 recall has been done on it, but that's easy enough to find out and won't cost anything, other than time. Its not formally priced, or even on the floor yet, but after some discussion, around $17K is probably what they'd be asking. It'd cost around $20-21K new, on-road with all the farkle. This is also significantly less than the insurance payment I received on mine. I had a good sit on it -- still fits me and I don't have any issue with the controls. I remember why I bought one in the first place... So I'm now really torn: to me the 675R feels very much like 'unfinished business.' Its a bike I know very well, the power delivery, handling, suspension & brakes are sublime. It looks and sounds absolutely beautiful and at the time I bought mine, was the perfect step up, with plenty of room to grow into. That still applies -- I am nowhere near able to ride it to its full potential. But I now have an opportunity to consider other bikes that I hadn't really entertained before. I hadn't really formulated a plan, but had looked into the BMW S series (not just the RR!), which now comes with a lot of nice things: clutchless downshift, heated grips, cruise control & dynamic suspension across all 3 models. These are things that weren't readily available a year ago, but have become relevant due to the fact I've now injured my left wrist (clutchless shifts, for example). Cruise control would make the hour of freeway I have to do to/from any decent set of twisties a bit more bearable, especially on the way home... I'm certainly open to the idea of other makes & models as well, although I think the spec on the BMWs is pretty hard to beat and all three have received good reviews, especially with respect to the new-fangled tech. I was quite circumspect about litre-bikes previously, although I'm obviously now more experienced, with firsthand knowledge of what happens if your right hand writes a cheque you don't have the riding talent to cash. Sorry, this has become quite a long post, what I think I'm really asking is what you'd consider doing if in my situation -- buying a 675R would pretty much put me back where I was 6 months ago before all this happened, and I'm totally cool with that! But if it didn't happen, I wouldn't be considering looking at other bikes either! I'm also happy to let this particular Daytona go -- I'm in absolutely no hurry to spend the money and impulse-buying ANY motorcycle is probably a recipe for badness. Any opinions? What would you do if you were me? Thanks in anticipation! DrS.