Ok, I have a bit more time, to add some context I've been riding a Triumph Thunderbird for the last five years, prior to this pretty much 40 years on dirt bikes, motocross and enduro.
Dealership worked hard to make the purchase special, that was good.
Bike is light, very light, feels good.
Adjustable brake lever, fixed clutch lever.
The single gauge is more effective than I thought.
I'm 6', bike is very comfortable, the size is not an issue for me. General layout is very comfortable, feels natural. Easy sitting easy standing.
Moving off, strong bottom end, easy to get off the mark, clutch is easy with plenty of feel, shift is positive and quick. I got one false neutral sixth to fifth, I'd call it my fault for not being positive enough.
In the Clem 7 tunnel I'm looking for another gear, bike is low geared, not uncomfortable but lower than I'm used to.
Running it through the gears it's strong, great engine.
All up, pretty impressive.
I have size 11 (12 US) feet, shifter feels too short and a bit too low, I'll look into what I can do about it, after 50 k's I'd gotten used to it but not ideal.
Still on the feet, my right heel was at times touching the pipe and in traffic, touching or not it was getting warm.
Icon seat does a great imitation of a log, way too hard.
Stance feels a bit front end down, probably just me but I'd like the front end an inch or two higher, not just higher bars, I'd like the headstock higher, it would level the bike more and the seat particularly.
Suspension is interesting, my experience is different to what I'd read. I think the front is fine, doesn't use all it's stroke but works well, when I picked it up the rear shock was on the middle spring preload setting, way to hard, I've backed it off to the softest, noticeable change but still not right. I'll give it some time to free up but suspect I'll be changing it. Preload collar looks cheap.
Exhaust is quiet but sounds good, looking forward to fitting the Termi after the 1,000 k's.
Brakes are fantastic, lots of feel and heaps of stopping power.
it's fun, great fun, I had a great time in the traffic, lane filtering for hundreds of meters, quick off the lights, grinning like a loon fun! Oh, and the front wheel is light, very light, in a good way.