Seven months and 8500 miles have convinced me that the Majesty was the right choice. I use it to commute over 50 interstate miles per day, running 75 - 80 mph at 6000 rpm. Mileage runs in the low 50's per gallon, occasionally hitting about 60mpg if conditions are ideal. Weather conditions range from mid 30's F to low 90's F, both clear skies and torrential downpours.
My longest one-day trip on this bike has been about 300 miles. If I went on long road trips more often, then I would probably add a touring bike to my stable. For daily use, though, this bike is great.
Why do I like it?
Performance - You could probably call this pure "fun factor". It is an easy bike to throw around in city traffic. It is smooth at high speed and has plenty of zip. It has no-brainer twist-'n-go operation. I focus on my environment instead of shift patterns. There is no hunting for neutral at stoplights, no clunky footbrake and it is a fairly quiet bike, too.
Weight - With the engine slung so low, the center of mass is really low. I've never felt as though the bike was in danger of tipping. Cornering is actually enjoyable at any speed.
Convenience - I park next to the door at the supermarket. Under seat storage and a Givi top case mean plenty of room to hold groceries, a rain suit, protective gear, and a helmet or two. Two small glove compartments for shades, the cell phone, and (strangely enough) gloves.
Reliability - The engine has been tight to date. Starts every time. The engine is small and doesn’t drain the battery with use.
Looks - About once per week, someone asks about the bike, at stoplights, parking lots, etc. While in fast food stops, it's fun to watch folks examine the bike (what is it?).