Hi, I'm also from the Philippines and glad to have found this site. I don't have the 400 yet but hopefully next month if the dealership keeps its promise. If you're familiar with my avatar (Honda CB 360), you can probably guess my age. That was my first serious bike (parent bought) that I used to commute to college. We also had a Honda XL100 that I shared with my siblings. However, after an accident and being laid off the bike for a while, I stopped riding, mostly because I was concerned with other things in college life. I took up riding again about five years ago, first with a crappy China clone of a Honda scrambler (150cc), graduated to an India-made 200cc (better quality) which is what I ride now, mostly for commutes and the (very) occasional ride up the twisties on weekends. In between, I was an avid (bi)cyclist (push bike), both commuting and long weekend rides but the legs aren't as good as they were. So I consider myself still a beginner, maybe an intermediate beginner, and am hoping to learn many things from forum members, both in terms of riding skills and in tinkering with the bike to make it perform better (not mechanically adept but can follow instructions well, mostly). So maybe I can ride with those of you who live here and wouldn't even mind trying a track day or two (never done it) -- to improve skills, of course.