have read many comments on this forum about the Wing's front end wobble and I have experienced it on my '06 as well. Since I don't normally ride around with both hands off the bars, it's not a problem for me, but it seems that it is for lots of folks on the forum. I've read the comments about how new bearings solved the problem, which may be so for some, but I don't think it has anything to do with the bearings other than how they might effect the trail and/or fork rake. My theory is that either the rake or trail or both is the culprit! That observation is based on over forty years of owning and riding numerous racing bicycles for tens of thousands of miles, the ones that used to be called "ten speed racers". I've owned many of the finest handmade Italian bikes, Guerciotti, Benotto, Botteccia, etc, as well as the best American models, all designed for racing and high speed stability, but some lacking in low speed stability. While one may excel in rock solid stability at forty miles per hour, it might wobble at ten, and if I took my hands off the bars it would become uncontrollable. I've had some that were as stable as if on rails at speed with no hands, I could even stand up on the pedals while zooming down hill, but would put you in the ditch at low speed, while the Benotto which has the correct amount of trail is rock solid at any speed! After many years of cycling and reading numerous articles on rake and trail, I'm convinced that the same applies to motorcycles. Simply put, rake and trail determines how the bike handles. I'm too old to remember which way trail effects what, too much or too little causes wobble, but I do know that it isn't just right you'll experience the wobble at low speeds while not at high speeds, or visa versa. I think Honda made a compromise in order to give this big heavy motorcycle cat like responses and high speed stability, but they sacrificed low speed stability. In the case of the Goldwing, it effects low speeds. The bearings may solve the problem, but I'd bet a nickel that it's the bearings effect on trail that seems to solve the problem for some. Just my thoughts!