Wedged it on, balanced it and down the road for 2700 miles. Most of the trip on the slab. 25% of the trip in a drizzling rain with a little standing water. Performance as expected with the other two I have worn out. This time I ordered the "E" version with a little more tread depth in hopes it will last a little longer. Marketed as the OEM for the Tenere. Mildly reactive to tar snakes. That may be the lightness of the bike though. My Valkyrie steps out a lot more. This is more of a slight squirm. 225 pound rider with full load of tools and camping gear. Tire is just starting to show a little profile. I will continue to watch the sales and keep ordering fronts and rears. I see no reason to switch. I do not off road this bike, but I did spend 20 or so miles on a dirt road with the last one. No issues. I maintain the speed limit for the most part and would not consider myself an aggressive rider. No worries with this tire. I don't think about it, and isn't that the best thing you can say about your gear?
Mounted on tw200, I left the knobby on the rear and just swapped the front out, this made for a lot more comfortable ride, and cut the noise. Most of my riding is road but seems to hold fine on gravel, feels a lot safer than I thought it would. Yes, I'd do it again.
After 5000 miles with Battlax T-30 Evos on front and rear: Sure-footed, confidence-inspiring tire. Quick turn-in, quiet, excellent traction in dry and wet conditions. Good value compared to more expensive Michelin Pilot Road 4's -- IF the mileage proves equivalent. But won't know that for another year of riding.