Just something that I've noticed, especially so with the camera mount and the ability to review footage, is that on the times that I know that I've been more relaxed, that I'm actually going a touch quicker. What I mean is that I'm still doing all the correct body movements, which are now more or less automatic, but by relaxing, rather than attempting to consciously "attack" a corner, that more often than not I'm getting through some corner more quickly even though it may not feel like it at the time. Now I wouldn't classify this as a "new rider" tip, because I don't want it to be mistaken with not paying correct attention to the road and the corners. It is not entering a corner with a "laissez aller" attitude, but rather just a relaxing of the attitude towards attacking the corner. I never forgot the words of Dr Costa after he tried monitoring various rider's heart rates during a race. Biaggi had a heart rate of 170-180bpm, and was described as being like a man on a mission, whereas Rossi has a heart rate of ~120bpm, and is more relaxed like a "child at play". I'm not saying that if we all relax we'll all be Rossi's, but I guess that I am now starting to understand in a truer sense the meaning behind those words. Of course it has to develop from a solid skill foundation, but it is becoming more apparent to me lately that by "playing" with a corner, rather than "attacking" a corner, that this somehow leads to the ability to traverse a corner more quickly, presumably through subtle alterations in the body's interaction with the bike from being less aggressive. Anyone else noted anything similar? Experiences?