Don't get the reference to crashing? Are you implying that by riding two motorcycles that are so different, that one would crash a lot? I can take my Nine out and thrash it for 50 to 100 miles, come home and park it, grab the King and go out and do it all over again. Hey, the Nine has a cable clutch, the King hydraulic. I don't even have a problem with that.
I love my M109R, and will never sell it until Hades freezes over. But I do find myself riding and enjoying the King more often lately. It's so lithe and agile when compared to the Nine. And the way it sounds with the Yoshimura exhaust, it sounds like it's just waiting to go to the moon rev wise. One day when lunch time came up, I hopped on it to go throw it around my favorite set of curves. I took off out of the parking lot, a long straight, and let her rip. When I got back, a guy I work with, also a bike rider, said "that Yoshimura exhaust sounds badass!"