I'll take a stab at it. I've ridden FXR's and they absolutely feel awesome in the corners. Extreemly easy to ride fast around twisties but you can get that with an Evo Electraglide or Roadking stripped down with a Narrowglide front end. I would love to have one but I don't want to buy one and have to ship it over here to Korea when I have my Sporty chop and my Dyna T-sport. I would have to say a tall sportster with an awesome rear suspension and Storz inverted front forks is almost as good to absolutely rule in curvy twisty mountain roads like here in Kimchiland. My Dyna pretty much rules too but I'd like to get the tru-track on it. That's my idea of fun to get into the mountains and turn and burn all day up and down mountians, switchbacks, canyon carving wich I'm pretty fortunate in having stuff like that relatively close. Back home in Texas is boring with long staight roads. Whereas here is like having almost an entire country like east Tennessee or western North Carolina. Of course a lot of motherfuckers just want one to look cool without the knowlegde of what that bike is capable of in twisties and just blast on freeways to and from work and bars in City traffic like Chicago or LA or where-the-fuck-ever they're from to style and profile.