How about an adjustable suspension for the Kawasaki EX250/Ninja 250R/GPz250R/ZX-2R, or what ever designation that Kawasaki desires to carry. The Maintenance manual has us completely Removing the rear suspension and adjusting it somewhere and then reinstalling it to see if it is now where where you need it to be...this is unbelievable! With as many bikes that are sold...as many different size riders and weight riders, not to count the "sometimes double up". 17" wheels instead of the current 16" which are only used on the Ninja250R, LED's instead of filament lamps which are safer, draw less current, are basically vibration proof, so much brighter... a couple of options, perhaps for different models of the same bike...a solo-seat, Titanium valves, a forced air airbox complete with K&N Airfilter, a spiced up rejetted carberator setup, adjustable timing for the mechanic to adjust or retard as per the level of the rider, a spin on oil filter, a slightly wider full fairing with skid plates that would be wide enough to keep the aerodynamics and rider out of the direct airflow, rear sets, clip-ons, an alarm system..when you consider ALL of the things mentioned you could have 3 or 4 models of the same 250 bike including a bare bones top only fairing "naked" bike. So many people want the small bike why not take advantage of the market as the gas prices continue to soar? Am I ready to purchase a 250R or a ZX-2R that is basically race track ready...are the 600 class bikes selling???