Just got me the D-Tracker in Surat Thani. Good dealer, friendly people although very limited English. Shop looks clean and professional, and mechanics seem to know what they're doing. Got the first servicing at 1000 km done and so far the D-Tracker has been a very fine bike. Took it on a tour from Surat to Phang Nga, Khao Lak, Laem Son NP, Phato, back to Surat and onto Chumphon (where I took it on the nightboat over to Koh Tao). Didn't do any offroad work though. Koh Tao will be as much offroad as my D-Tracker will get to see ;-) Noticed the limitation in revs which on the highways sometimes was a bit of a pain as well as going uphill when just that little xtra revving would have bene useful. Could have done with 10 to 20 km/h more than the limited 110km/h on the highway. Was loaded with luggage on the carrier rack, and girlfriend however and in spite of the expected seat-pain and necessary stop every hour to get the tingling out of the hands (if riding over 80km/h) and the butt back into shape, I'm very satisfied with the bike. That said, there seems to be a small problem with the electronic start. It sometimes needs 5 to 6 tries before it actually does start. Met a brand new KLX owner along the way who seemed to have the same problems. Bike will eventually always start but takes a few tries. Anyone who has come across this problem too? Any solutions to this? Think the electronic console is very good, like the fuel indicator and I think the head lights are very good. Am used to a mid 90's XR and the lights on the D-Tracker as much much better. Am very interested in how to get past the rev constriction and therefore a little more power and speed. Will keep on following Jonadda's post at http://www.gt-rider.com/thailand-motorc ... t5195.html with great interest.