Hi guys, I'm after abit of advice on the bike to buy since I’m a noob in the world of 2 wheel transportation. I have my L license but looking to find a fully fairing bike to start off on. To my dismay they seem to be few and far between with this new LAMs system that has been introduced unless I go for a 2nd hand 250. Considering they seem to be holding their price and money isn’t an issue I've set my sights on a new bike straight out the showroom. What options do I have for a new, fully fairing, sports bike that is learner legal? Seems to me most of the options are in the other bike classes such as touring or naked or dirtbike. What is a man to do? So far I have come up with 2 options, the Suzuki GS500F and the Hyosung GT650RL. I guess for one, if you can get a larger bike than a 250 there is more room to grow and offers more flexibility till the upgrade once full license is gained. But I guess they have their pros and cons. The Suzuki GS500F is a reputable brand that looks pretty good, should hopefully retain its value and be easily sold when the time comes for a bigger bike. But it seems to be a touring bike to me and like I said, my preference is a sports bike. The Hyosung GT650RL however is a nice looking bike, with a possible exception of the headlight maybe and you have the room the get the restrictor removed for abit of power increase when I loose my L and R's. The killer with me is....Hyowhatta????? Never heard of this Korean machinery in my life. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing as with most things with a good reputation, you pay for the brand name but doesn’t mean a non big namer is a bad thing. I have also read that its quality might be somewhat dubious atleast with its front brake calipers. And the real killer, re-sale? Would I be permanently stuck with an oversize paperweight if I were to buy this thing and wanted to sell to upgrade later down the track? I realize my choices on my L's are very limited and might have to give alittle in an area here but don’t want to give too much. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.