Just sent the sms... "Hi! Just letting you know, I love your R6, but unfortunately have decided not to buy it. Best of luck with the sale." On Saturday, I met a guy named Chris who was selling his '04 black & red R6, as he upgrades to a new one in 2 weeks. The bike was in immaculate condition. 14,000 K's on it. Well looked after [new oil every 3000k's, new filter every 6000k's]. I know it'd been 'ridden'... as only sports bikes can be - but it was a beautiful bike and he was prepared to sell it for $10,000 as he didn't want to have 2 of them in the garage. I could have bought it. Good deal, and only 8 months away from my full license. But I didn't buy it, because I knew if I bought it, I'd ride it. And if I ride it, I could crash it. And if I crash it, I might hit something. And if I hit something, it might be a Ferrari. And if I hit ANYTHING, 3rd party won't cover a P-plater riding an R6 because it's illegal. It was a nice bike though [img:400:240:d799d87925]http://www.sbkage.com/images/scarichi/ARROW_YamahaR6_04.jpg[/img:d799d87925] All my existing gear would have matched and everything, I'm sorta happy sense over-rode this decision... as that makes me more confident of the discipline to handle a bigger bike when the time comes. But you know... it would have been fun.