When I bought my Goldwing last year, I never got to ride it because it was snowing out, so the dealer delivered it to my house. One day while looking at it, I noticed something was leaking on the back rim. It was clear so I thought it was the rear caliper. I called the dealer and they came and took it. Turned out the final drive was leaking. They fixed it, but the bikes been there for about a month and a half due to weather. Picked it up today to bring it home. First time I ever rode a Goldwing. Engine reminds me of a diesel with the smoothness and sound. It does get up and go when you give it some throttle though. Stable as a rock. Suspension felt ok for me, but I ride a Vstrom so pretty much anything would feel good. I felt a bit more cramped then I thought I would. My foot would hit the engine case when going for a shift once in awhile, but i'll get used to that. Speaking of shifting, I found it hard to grab neutral when I was at a stop. I think half of it was being nervous about dropping the bike and the other half was just being used to my Suzuki. The Honda is a good shifting bike though. Brakes and clutch felt awesome. Had the screen on the lowest setting and actually liked it, but didn't try any other positions. Was only a 45 minute ride, but I really like the bike and cant wait to get back on it.