I've lost interest in the Missenden Flyer recently. I find his reviews ok, but generally find a lot of the content - and him sometimes - a bit dull. I'm not sure if I'm alone, but generally his videos only get viewed by around 20% of the number of his subscribers. I think others have switched off a bit too. I used to watch every video, but now I'll just watch one that might be interesting specifically for me. I'm not too fussed about reviews not having taken the bike on a track. I don't' take mine on a track, and generally don't ride it like I would if I did. I understand that pushing the bike to its limits on a track will yield back some handling characteristics of how it behaves on the road, but I don't think it is essential. I agree on MSN though. They're a slave to the advertisers, and always will be when the primary source of revenue is the manufacturers rather than their actual consumers - the readers.