My May Cycle World just came. It has sort of a "retro" theme with Triumph Scrambler on the cover and article about the Norton 961 Commando inside. The PS is featured on page 52!
There are many favorable comments . . . not too much concern about the "aggressive" riding position . . . and not much negative. (They also wish for 4 pot brakes but say that the stock brakes do a pretty good job.)
And they have "Photoshoped" a way cool California Hot Rod 1000 on page 56. That bike has the Termi's exiting the frame on both sides - like the original!
One more thing - This is for the Sport 1000 fan who was giving me grief some time back - Here's how Mark Hoyer sums it up:
"But the coolest part with the Smart is more than looks and sounds - the best part is riding. In terms of experience, while Ducati was looking to evoke the 1970's, what it has ended up with is a bike that feels much more like the true successor to the sweet mid-90's 900SS, combining the classic Ducati air-cooled Twin with modern sportbike capabilities in a way the current Supersport 1000 doesn't."