Hey, Fellas. Just joined this forum to start getting much needed answers to a lot of questions. Let me start off by saying, I have been DYING to get my hands on a new Yamaha FZ-07. It's been urging me ever since I started drooling over the countless pictures of bikes, going to the dealership to sit on a FZ-07 and even watching video upon video of people giving first hand reviews of the bike. I've been riding dirt bikes ever since I can remember. The speed never scared me nor did the power of any dirt bike I have been on. I've ridden every power category from a Yamaha PW-80 to a Honda CRF250 and I've adapted to all the bikes quickly. Though I will say I haven't ridden a dirt bike since 2011 but I have ridden a few of my buddies street bikes in the past year. I've rode a CBR250, CBR 600 and even an Aprilia 1000R. The real question is, for those with the appropriate amount of riding experience, is this TRULY enough riding experience? My Pops got in a bad bad BAD accident back in 1985 and ended up losing his leg in the accident completely rendering the way he lived and walked for the rest of his life. And for all you jokesters, no he still has found it but he keeps saying it around here somewhere (aka he's got old fart syndrome). But did that stop him? Nah, not really. He ended up getting on a few quads and kept getting himself into trouble. But anyways, I'm getting off-track. Let me throw a few questions at you that are my main concern. How's insurance on the Yamaha FZ-07? what insurance companies gave you the best quote? If purchased, should I get full coverage or just liability? Fuel economy? Handling? Torque? What did you like most about the FZ-07? What made you decide that this bike was the bike for you? Keep in mind that I'm a stupid 21 year old that will be graduating in about a year. My overall goal is to purchase the bike after getting a full-time job after graduation, which will be fairly quick due to the field that I'm going in to. Whenever you can, just write back and give me your thoughts and concerns. Thanks in advance!