PICS BELOW! Hey all! Thanks for your advice in my "streetfight suggestions" thread, I am now the proud owner of a brand new graphite FZ6N '09. Had my first proper ride from work-home last night, and gawd it's awesome. My legs hug the tank, making the ride feel safer (dare I say I feel more connected with the bike), and that means I can lean into corners more and feel safer doing it. It's a pretty agile bike too, and seems pretty happy zipping around the place. Adjusting to the power output is something I'm still doing, as is dealing with the increased weight (which stops the wind blowing me all over the shop, as happened on my GPX), but it feels both familiar and like getting on a bike for the first time all over again, without feeling like I could lose control any time soon. I'm pretty happy with the acceleration: enough to be scary if I want it to be, but again, it doesn't seem like I'm likely to accidentally mono taking off from the lights. Being brand new off the show-room floor, it naturally runs pretty well, and I've been breaking in the engine with rapid accel/decel in different gears; but not doing anything stupid like red-lining it. Anyway, I might report back more later, but I love my new bike, and it's safe to say it's completely renewed my interest in riding for fun, as opposed to the general tedium of a daily commute. Anyway I have a question: how the hell do you adjust the mirrors on this thing, I feel like I'm about to break them off! Is there a trick to it or should I just brute-force it?