Yeah, I noticed that. I'm not sure that I would have called that a sport touring video, but rather a "Pick What Bike You Want to Ride for a Track Day at Laguna" video. I found the emphasis on power output to be a little disheartening. Saying that the SSS might be a good bike to buy if you are not doing any track days, or no more than one track day a year seems like a silly statement. In the automotive world, the Mazda Miata is considered one of the most popular track day cars built. If you are a very proficient rider, then the extra power would be relevant, but for about 95% of the riders out there, I don't know that it would be necessary or even advised. My daughter's BF wants to get his first bike, and he wants a 600 supersport so that he doesn't have to buy another bike when he outgrows a beginner bike. He is already talking about R1's and similar liter bikes that his friends have, yet he can't even ride any of my dirt bikes with any degree of proficiency yet. Many other articles on the SS or SSS have lauded the bike for its usable power. I found this video to be taking a step backward in that regard.