So i'm just 2 months off my R's and i've done major research into all my bikes. I'm down to about 4 on my list. I haven't ridden any of these but have sat on them and I can categorically say i'm not a big fan of the sports bike riding position. Just too low for me. Although I may still buy one if the test ride goes well. Oh by the way i'm 178cm's and about 80kg's. Regardless, I had about 8 bikes on the list now i'm down to 4. The Yammy's were just too high and long, Kwaka's I was pretty much tippy toe and the Z750 felt more like a dirt bike riding position. Honda CBR600RR - Felt ok, though a bit forward still Suzuki GSXR600 - Feet were firmly on the ground but a bit too plasticky. I still don't mind the look. Daytona 675 - Didn't feel too low, seat was a bit stiff but that was about it. Street Triple R - LOVED IT, felt right, didn't sit too low, handlebars were at a comfortable position. End of the day, i'm leaning towards both the StripR and the Daytona. The Daytona seems to hold it's value and there are loads of 2009 models with less than 5,000k's on them for about $13,000. I could get one, add the Arrow slip-on's, cowl and register for single rider for about $14,500 ride away (pending negotiations of course). Alternatively, I could buy a brand new StripR. My dilemma though with the StripR is that I want: Arrow pipes, cowl, rear hugger, bellypan, front visor kit and the short levers. Based on the current discount pricing and the accessories and install of accessories it's around $18,500. End of the day, we have the cash, though it's quite a bit more than I want to spend. Is the $4,000 difference worth it?