Just interested in other people's opinions of the Dunlop D208RR's. I had a pair of these fitted on Sunday during the SuperBike School Day (after a leaky crap cheap valve was misdiagnosed as a front tyre puncture - but I digress), and am very, very impressed. I had Dunlop D208GP's on the bike when I first got it, but wasn't real fussed either way with them. I then picked up a pair of Michelin Pilot Power's. Great grip. Great tyre life. Had 6000kms on them when they got changed, and probably had another 1500kms to go before reaching the wear indicators. What I didn't like about the Power's, was very occasionally they'd have what can only be described as a "dippy" feeling when getting to the edge of them. It didn't happen all the time, and I ran fairly high pressures which seemed to greatly reduce its occurrence, but it still happened from time to time. So I took the bike with the D208RR's out today, fresh from being scrubbed in on the track, with 38r/36f pressures, and am absolutely astounded by how good they are. They hold the road like glue, and are absolutely confidence inspiring on the edge. Not that I actually got to the edge of them, there's still about 2mm of a clean strip on each edge of the front/rear, but at a few points on the Black Spur I had the R1's pegs lightly touching down, and this is without the peg feelers attached. These are serious track/scratching tyres. You would need some rear-sets on most bikes before you found the edge of the tyre without touching bits of the bike down on the road first. The 208RR's were happy to be thrown on their side as hard and fast as I can manage, which on the R1 is pretty quick, but I'm working on improving my flick-in every ride. I really liked the Pilot Powers, but I can't fault the D208RR's from what I've experienced of them so far. Anyone else tried a set of the D208RR's on the road? What did you think?