OK, I know that this seems off topic, but what I am looking for is some information on the bottom of the rpm range and how these auto clutches perform. I ride desert and mountain woods on a vintage 486cc Honda Thumper. I have been thinking about the new auto style clutches and of course the advertising and typical tests in the magazines rave about how cool they are. Trick is that I use my bike for everything and sometimes it is 1/2 mph up a rocky climb or playing trials rider in a really tight section of trail switchbacks. If I was an "A" class rider I might just blast along everywhere and thus keep the clutch locked up and working. Being a bit slower, I am concerned about not having that off idle control that a manual clutch gives you. I know that they now offer new models that still retain the manual lever, but that seems to say to me that the auto clutch just doesn't cut it in some situations, especially slower riding. I figured that the Trials riders who might have tried one of the auto clutches would be a good source of opinion and information for the questions that I have? I haven't had a chance to try one of them yet. Hate to pay from $450-$800 for something that I might not like. Swiss Anyone tried them?