Ok first of all who hear has made the switch? Do you run it on your road bikes to keep it consistent? First of all before I get flamed to death my reason for wanting to try; Last time I went to EC on the daytona I'd changed my gearing (-1 front) which made a massive improvement on the track. The downside was that I'd have it cracked over on a left hander (T2, T7, T12), second gear, knee on the deck. I'd have the bike pointed where it needs to be and being winding it up, problem was I couldn't physically go from kneedown to the shift position in time which forced me to slow my roll on considerably when I could be at WOT. Is was at that moment the little lightbulb illuminated "hey this is why they have GP shift!". I've pretty much given up road riding now, sold my daytona and will be losing my lic again. So I've started building a dedicated tracky (07 cbr600rr). I did a backyard shifter linkage flip and cable tie all the hoses out of the way job just to try it. Took it out for a couple of rides and love it, but I have shifted the wrong way a few times but never released the clutch. The plan it to try and do some road kms on it to try and get completely used to it before hitting up the track. It seems that the only time it's a problem is when you get excited or in danger then your built in reactions take over which is the time it's less forgiving. I need to spend some decent time training myself but it looks very doable after the trails that I've done. If I get another roady one day I'll make sure that I change that to GP for my sanity. Maybe it's a total wank I haven't tested it at full pace but even just normal riding it's so easy to upshift. Anyone got any experience with making the switch, was it worth it?