No offense to any of the current manufacturers, but I don't like any of the current stabilizers ONLY because of the way they are mounted - Scotts and GPR are top bar mounted (GPR2.0 excluded) And although the GPR 2.0 answers my concerns for safety I am not sure if I want the higher bars as a result along with what seems to be limitations on front to back bar placement options (bar offset) BRP has a under bar mount kit for the Scotts called the sub mount - again the bars are raised quite a bit - over an inch minimum more than stock. Again, front to back bar positioning options may not be available... did not check on this. Scotts has a fender mount that looks like it is well made but it is ugly as heck. WER is fender mounted and ugly - (I would likely buy the WER though) RTT is awseome in design but too expensive upfront (yes, I know if I buy aftermarket clamps and a stabilizer the cost is about the same, but I already bought my aftermarket clamps... Emig Racing clamps - and they are great by the way - well machined, looks solid, nice design, and they fit perfect!) All this comes because of the pics of Windams and Charmichels "factory" under the number plate damper - way cool - not in your face, not sticking off the front of your bike like a tumor. I ride MX only, I think that once I set it, I would likely leave it alone - in other words, I do not feel that it would be necessary to have the "on the fly" adjustments that many of the units feature - my shocks and forks are not on the fly adjustable... if it is off ya head back to the truck and grab a screwdriver. So - who knows anything about the factory damper, how it works, etc. I searched the internet to see if someone is making something different to the current popular units - unless it is for street bikes, there are no competing designs. Am I the only one who likes this idea? the only one who would buy it or use it? What do you folks think?