I've got to ride them for a couple of times now and so I can report a little more.
The first ride took me to Annacis Island for the scrub in. Wide roads with no cars and a long back and forth weave from curb to curb for 10 minutes wiped all the crap off them for the most part and let me play with the side to side transition. It flips around pretty nice with slightly lower bar efforts than the 207's or the 98 model with the old BT56's. Initial turn in is WAY lighter than the other tires'. It feels like a lightweight 600.
The bike now handles very neutral up to about 15 degree lean. By this I mean I can set up a slight lean and then lift my hands off the grips and the bike stays at the same lean. It seems to do this pretty much at any speed from 30 to 100 kph. At slightly more lean angle it wants to start laying over more at about a couple of degrees a second when running at around 60. Mind you I'm off the throttle while doing this so it might be the deceleration that's making the bike fall into the corner. If so then it shows that these tires are TOTALLY NEUTRAL.
As a super side bonus my 9R has always felt a little odd when doing super tight parking lot stuff or curb to curb right handers. That's all gone now. It feels very consistent under these conditions now.
Even if they are only as sticky as the old 207's I'd buy them just for how they make the bike FEEL. The fact that they are getting rave reviews for their stickiness as well is icing on the cake.
They lightened up the steering so much that I'd almost wonder how they would feel on something like an R6 that has a rep for being super light already. Perhaps these would make it almost a little TOO skittish........
Highly recomended and approved by the Official TeeTee Good Motorcycling Test Lab.....