Just acquired a 2005 Burgman with low mileage from Interstate Cycles in Lake City, Fl. It is different from the sport bikes that I am used to but a whole lot of fun. Takes me back to the times I first started riding. Storage is phenonmenal and performance adequate for a 400cc single. I am having a little trouble not doing any thing with my feet. I had to watch getting too agressive, dragging the centerstand is a lot like dragging a cylinder on the old air cooled BMW's, gets the old adrenaline going. I am a native Floridian from the Daytona area and have ridden most of my life. Love performance machinery but the doctor's say I have to slow my pace a little and so I got the Burgman and now am trying to talk my brother into one. I find that I can ride the Burgman a lot longer in more comfort and get great gas mileage even at interstate speeds, but what it truly loves is the old two lane backroads of Florida. So now I try to plan trips with as little interstate riding as possible to enjoy the old Florida I grew up in. I do my own maintenance and have found everything pretty well straight forward, I do want to get the service manuel from the former owner to familiarize myself with the more intricate parts and pieces. I have found the Suzuki, by the way my first, to be a great machine for a retired gy with plenty of time on his hands.