Just curious. My DCT Tour came with Bridgestones. I'm wondering if anyone else with the 'Stones has noticed a tendency for the front wheel to follow every small imperfection in the road surface - to wander a little - , and to for the rear wheel to "skip" a little sideways on every piece of gravel larger than a lima bean, especially in a curve. I don't remember our '98 GL1500 or any of our GL1800's doing this. Those bikes were generally rock solid on tar snakes, sealer cracks, those famous longitudinal seams on the Ohio Turnpike, or even on bridge steel grates. And we/ve used both Dunlops and 'Stones in the past. On this new 'Wing I can practically count each piece of gravel or stone the bike rolls across. I can feel the impact, slight thought it may be. Is this the tires, or is this characteristic of the new and improved suspension?