Hi all, I eventually made a decision to de-link my brakes. I bought the Hel de-linking kit and hoped that it will be an easy job. I started work on the front end, draining entire brake fluid, and taking things apart. It was that easy, old bolts etc. Had to take horn out to get to the hoses bracket etc. The L/H caliper had to be taken out as per instructions, and filled with fluid from behind in a proper order. Old brackets were reused and I found it a bit tricky to find the proper way to install them so they fit the new setup. The first bleeding was a failure, soft lever, because I had to take out L/H caliper out to fill the small pump with dot 4 behind it, so the air got into the caliper itself. Had to remove it, pump it till pistons fully came out, then push them back in and I was back in the game. Old caliper / piston seals did not break, thanks f... I proceeded to do the rear end , and I thought it would be easier ;-). Removing hoses was a bit of a nightmare. The pipe line double bracket under the battery completely seized under heat from the exhaust, so there was some fight. Then had to take R/H foot peg out for an easy access, then rear plastics off with a givi rack...So I could access delay valve and remove it,then reattach the battery earth with a different bolt, because original bolt held delay valve and it was too long. After removing the delay valve, I was left with metal pipes running from front end, under the tank, then to the delay valve, and it was curved, so could not take it out quick enough, so I cut it to pieces, because I knew I would never use it again. Put everything back, pump the rear caliper, starting from middle nipple, going then to outer nipple. Put all parts together etc and then tested it the next day. At the beginning the rear brake / pedal felt like a wooden floor, little movement but responsive and accurate. After about 1000km ( I wanted to write review after 1000km so it is more objective ) the pedal for rear brake feels better, so either I got used to it or caliper adapted to a new setup. I tested it in various conditions and situations, and it is not as easy to lock the rear wheel as other people say ( not on mine bike anyway ), you can use rear brake on corners now etc and you have to press hard enough to lock rear wheel. I am generally happy with rear brake now, different feeling than old one but when I brake I don't dive no more, I just slow down and rear drags nicely on bends. Front - it feels harder, not as spongy as it used to be, HOWEVER still a bit spongy. Front brakes work the same as before de-linking, but not as spongy and a bit more responsive. I did not drill middle nipple as per instructions, I took it out, pushed pistons back in and then screwed in the nipple. Since then middle pistons never came out. I was thinking of installing different calipers but I would have to change forks, so I will leave it. I will also not drill a canal to the middle piston, because I will have to change reservoir, and I do not want to do it. Track days , trail braking is now a whole different story, I can use brakes independently or together if I want. Question is: was it worth 130 euro and days work? Would I do it again? I am 70% for YES, I would do it again and it was worth it, because of different driving experience and can go a bit madder on the road / track. If you have any questions, and I know the answers, then I will be happy to help Don't crucify me for de-linking brakes ;-)I know it is a touchy topic here.