Where do you draw the line when making a bike easier to ride? I'm talking about adding auto-clutches, better throttle control (4 strokes), intelligent suspension (in the future). Obviously they are all regularly debated topics on these forums. But I wonder about taking a more philosophical approach and discussing whether it's bad to go too far down the path of 'easy to ride'. For example one argument might be this: Imagine a perfect bike that soaked up all the bumps for you automatically. It had an automatic throttle control system that kept the throttle at a nice consistent speed. Basically all you had to do was sit and it and it would even adjust it's own balance to keep it all in control. You might think I have a view that helpful things are bad on motorbikes, but I'm really just wondering like most other people.