I just read an article on tire pressure that said to check/adjust tire pressure when completely cold...makes sense. Then, when the tire is warmed up to it's normal or highest temperature, check it again. There should have been an increase of 6-7 psi. If so, you are running the correct pressure. If it increases more than that, the initial pressure setting was too low. If it doesn't increase enough, the initial pressure was too high. Makes sense to me, I had just never heard this before. Seems like it would be tough to do outside of the race track...with daily varying conditions such as air/road temps, riding conditions (commuting, cutting up the twisties, etc) traffic, etc. Guess you would have to find a happy medium hu?? Just curious if anyone does or had seen this before.