I have a 2017 DCT and have put 7,000 km on it in. I also have three other bikes that I ride regularly and they are all manuals.
Even after two years of riding the DCT Iím still not certain if I would buy it again. Some days I absolutely love it, and other days I wish it had a manual clutch. Iís all about the slow speed maneuvering, low speed smoothness, and being able to disconnect the power train at any time for any reason. In my opinion, the DCT would be the perfect bike if Honda had also left a manual clutch on it as well, in addition to the DCT. I think the Honda DCT designers forgot that a clutch lever on a motorcycle is not just for shifting gears. My little opinion.
I think you really have to own a DCT and ride it for a few years to start forming your own opinion. I am happy I bought it as I truly enjoy it. Some days I prefer my manual clutch bikes and some days I prefer the DCT. If they had left a supplementary clutch lever on the left handle of the DCT you would have the best of both worlds.