I probably should have added on to Wilbur's thread but this is interesting in itself. After Tom's reply to my other post on Wilbur's thread, I checked in the shop manual about my axial/radial play in the rotor assembly on both front rotors and found nothing. I called my dealer, who, by the way is what I consider extremely knowledgeable in Triumph's in general and these guys go out of their way to be sure their customers are satisfied and generally happy (are there any other dealers out there who wash and wax your bike as well as fill it with fuel after a service, if there is, let me know??). Anyway, I called the owner, Mark and explained to him what was going on and Toms reply to my question. He asked me to bring the bike in today (Friday) and if indeed there was a problem, it would be corrected and by the way, if they needed to keep the bike, I'd get a loaner (another R3 I hoped or a Daytona 955I) . I get to the dealer, walk in and Mark meets me at the door and tells me to get down on my knees and check some rotors (I'm getting used to this). There were 5 R3's, a couple of Daytona's and one of those naked bikes and all the rotors had at least as much sideways play as my R3 exhibits as well as the radial (pretend your rotor is a steering wheel and turn it) play, as much or more than I have. I'm puzzled. Mine has the play as well as a tink going down the road. I know, put on loud pipes and I'll loose the tink. It was explained to me by Mark as well as the service manager and a mechanic, that the play exists because the floating rotors on the R3 are high performance brakes and the radial play allows for expansion. I guess you need hot brakes on a hot bike and all the bikes there had the same movement in the rotors so I left (after having a Pepsi and ordering a ThrottleMiester and a replacement summer screen for my T100. Every time I go there it costs me money and lots of it). Guess I'll live with the tink. The pipes on my Bonnie are straight through. That's enough loud for me. I still don't understand why the rotors on my buddies Victory don't wiggle or my other buddies VTX. Maybe they are seized up like Wilbur's I'd sure like to know what everyone else's rotors do (besides stop the bike)??