Recently got a pair of these fitted to the 'fighter. SC3 rear, SC2 front. Very happy with them. Grip on dry roads is amazing. Grip on wet roads is fine (I mean, who drags knees through the rain on the public road anyway?), with half-lean angles not being a problem. Got a slip once gassing it up out of a corner and the rear touched a glossy white line that had water all over it at half-lean, but hey, name me a tyre that wouldn't slip under such conditions. Rode through a flooded road (as in 15cm deep water) at 60kph. Kinda silly, true, but the front tyre channeled water well enough to keep it in contact with the road without drama. Dry grip, as stated before, is phenomenal. Dragging the knee at full lean (for the road anyway) and half-throttle wasn't enough to unhook the rear, nor was 3/4ths throttle just after picking it up slightly. Throttle on any harder and the front wheel lifts. 675cc triple motor though, so we're not talking about liter-bike traction testing power here. One corner, driving hard uphill out of the corner at near full lean, I hit a patch of gravel. The rear stepped out wildly in a heart lurching moment, then regripped with ferocity, and the moment was over before anything else dramatic. No continuing slide, I hadn't backed off the throttle, the bike was leaning over even further, and it still caught the spin-up and replanted the rear on the road. Amazing. Hard to separate the agility of the 'fighter from the agility provided by the tyre profile, but direction changes were near instantaneous. Powering up a tree bark and debris strewn road, I had full confidence to be able to alter my line as many times as required to steer around bark, twigs, and even small branches. Progress wasn't slowed too much in comparison to a clear road surface. Great tyres. Have now put about 1300kms on them, and would say that they're about 1/3rd worn. This is about standard for the sort of life-span I get from my tyres.