Saying "Vastly superior technology" is the same as saying "my idea is better than yours". It means nothing until it is proven. Currently, FI has PROVEN itself to be a better performer, easier to tune, faster to tune, but ONLY FOR A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME, and then it requires additional maintenance, or replacement. More often than a carb by a factor of at least 25 to 50. FI will eventually catch up with carbs in reliability, probably in the next 3 to 4 generations. Until then, I refuse to be a Beta Tester for a 'vastly superior technology' that is impractical and high maintenance in an off-road environment. MX is different. You can see your truck from the track! Here's a list of 'vastly superior technology' that took a looooong time to be perfected: - 21" front wheel: went from 18, to 19, to 20, to 21, to 23, then back to 21. - long travel suspension: this could take up books with the 'technology improvements' that lasted about 45 minutes until breaking. 1972 till about 1979 until it was superior for the trail rider. - Reed valves: that took about 5 generations - Aluminum frames: still inferior and heavier, but cheaper to make. - blah blah blah - You make it sound like fuel injection is something new and it has not been tested or the technology has not been developed. That's simply not the case. Like I said, if FI is not reliable at thisv point it, it has nothing to do with FI Itself, it has to do with crappy implimentation.