The mounting setup means the Cortech bags can be easily adapted to virtually any sportbike, and we had no problems securing them on everything from a Yamaha R6 to a Kawasaki Z800 to a Suzuki Bandit 1200S. Mounting was quick and easy on all bikes, and the bags always stayed put, with no scratching of paint where they contacted the bike (although that's not to say that dirt can't work its way in there; it's always a good idea to use clear plastic tape to cover painted sections for any long-term use). While not as voluminous as most OEM hard bags, the Cortech Super 2.0 Contoured bags hold a decent amount of cargo, and the rain covers keep moisture out in all but monsoon conditions. On the plus side versus most OEM hard bags, the Cortech bags aren't so wide that you're constantly worrying about rubbing or hitting them on something in close quarters. Our only gripes were that the form-fitted rain covers were a little tough to wrap over each bag, and the zippers were a little stubborn if you tried to overpack even slightly. But those are minor nits in an otherwise excellent product.