Hey all, This is my first new thread I've posted, but I'll keep it simple. I've been fishing around for what my upgrade will be around summer time and it's been a pretty exciting and disappointing time so far, what with the Duke 390 proving uncomfortable for commuting I'm left with the Duke 200. The Kwaka Z300's riding position is so uncomitted (neither fully upright nor sporty enough), the Cb300f is just underwhelming overall and other options like Suzuki and Yamaha proving a mixed bag. So I nearly stood on my feet when I saw this: http://www.motorcycledaily.com/2015/11/benelli-leoncino-features-new-500cc-parallel-twin/ I found the specs for it here: http://autos.maxabout.com/bikes/benelli/leoncino/leoncino-scrambler This one is definitely coming to Aus later this year. Needless to say, once the price/release date is confirmed I'll be sticking a poster on my wall. Handsdown the sexiest LAMS bike I've ever seen, and if the price is as indicated 4.5 lakhs, then it'll cost about the same as the cbr 500r here in Aus (if not less). And the engine is being derived from the Benelli BN 302's 300cc twin - hands down the best sounding twin cylinder LAMS money can buy. Youtube "BN 302 Akrapovic/Ixil" and have a listen Fingers crossed this is on the LAMS list, I love the look and specs of the bike so far - seems like it would be a pretty decent upgrade from my RS4125. Side note: Try to avoid comments about Chinese/Italian build quality in comparison to the Japanese/Indians. Put simply, what Benelli does with China (imports manufacturing equipment and quality control from Germany but manufactures in China to keep it cheap) - the Japanese do the same thing for all of their learner bikes (imports manufacturing equipment and quality control from Japan but manufactures in India with Bajaj group to keep it cheap). So build quality and reliability are too iffy to make arguments about. Thanks and let me know what you guys think - I'll post any more bikes I like/find here under this tag Lams4Life.