Owned a 2005 Superhawk and several Ninjas over the years. Currently selling my 2018 Ninja 400 ABS. My Candy-red Interceptor has 7000 miles on the clock (soon to get that tasty 8000 mile intermediate checkup). On my test ride, I found the windscreen to be unsatisfactory, plus I'm a short rider (getting Soupy's lowering links and kickstand installed at the dealership) along with the bulbs replaced with PIAA HyperWhites. I considered cutting the suspension linkage but Soupy's is top-notch. I'll likely lose a little turn-in but will gain stability (and flat-footed confidence). I found the 2014-2015 Interceptors were more "perched" (though had more goodies, especially with the DLX model) but having a 2018 Ninja those LED headlights are not for me. Both models are a tad top-heavy (the gen 6 and 8s) but that gen-6 ride was smoother than I expected. Feels a lot like a Superhawk VTR 1000 (996) to the point it's uncanny. I think it might even be the same frame structure. I should have never sold my 'Hawk. Anyway, anything I should look out for? I noticed the high-beam switch was a little flake-y (might be dirty). Otherwise super clean. Paid $3000.