Its always great to hear about a happy 7R owner, but word of warning. The bike kicks a$$ and it is TOO confidence inspiring. What i mean to say is you need to be careful because it will build SO much confidence you can easily let the bike get ahead of you.
Keep things in perpective and you will reap many rewards, out riding most other sportbikes on that thing. Just dont let the bike trick you into believing you are superman. It will do this and suddenly turn around and bite you when you least expect it. (seen it happen a few times on the 7R)