Predictably negative. Craig has discussed all of your points at length over the last 4 years if you would read through the link I provided. Take it up with him. He is on several threads on ecomodders. The FIM ban was really done because the bikes in any given displacement class were just getting too fast for their crude tires and traditional street based racing tracks. He has proven the streetability of a streamlined motorcycle with thousands of miles of real world use. Alan rode his Ninja from California to Ohio and back for the MidOhio event. They ride all over. 120 liters of waterproof, lockable storage is pretty handy. And the bikes are no worse in crosswinds than the other "regular" bikes in the group. And much warmer and dryer in bad weather. The only reason no one builds a streamliner is purely aesthetic. It is not what people want to be seen on. And gas is still ridiculously cheap in the US even though we are blowing our grandchildren's inheritance. Craig's design is two steps ahead of the curve.