Thanks for your comments "Bless The Rains" and "Root". I have now come to realize that the rear brake IS the "clutch" on a DCT. You really have to modulate and drag it to keep everything very smooth at low speed. As we all instinctively use the clutch to control the "lean in" or "drop" of the bike when turning at very slow speeds, with DCT the rear brake provides that function. Not necessarily bad but it does take some practice. Every day I ride the DCT I get better at it and it becomes more instinctive. While I still own and ride three other clutch bikes, I still like the DCT for all the other unique performance characteristics it provides.