Heck yes! The local dealer here doesn't even offer test rides! I researched the **** out of DCT before buying it, but was still unsure about what I was getting myself into. On day one, I put 70 or so miles on it. I really enjoyed it at first. The DCT was new and interesting and the riding position fit me perfectly. On day two, I put on another 70 + miles and the doubt about the wisdom of my choice started to set in. On the second day, I had more of an impression that the transmission was a little too much like riding a Honda ATV with an automatic transmission - it worked, but lacked character, and no matter which riding mode, it never seemed to shift the way I would. So, after a bit of research I found the most important accessory I've added to the bike - the foot shifter. After installing that, the bike was transformed. It gave it the character that was missing and made it into a wonderful bike to ride. I prefer to use the trigger for upshifts and the foot shifter for down - and without a clutch, everything is smooth and flawless. The only thing I dont like is that the foot shifter makes it impossible to install lower crash bars. The only thing you can do is add upper crash bars and an larger bash plate, but that's about it. I love this bike now - but not without the foot shifter. Good luck with the new AT. It's a **** of a bike! Cheers.