Has anyone noticed that the Dynamic ESA front forks lock up, and will not compress or rebound, if the ignition is off? I noticed this when I was trying to pump the forks, following the instructions in the manual for re-attaching the front wheel. Those instructions ensure minimal stiction of the fork sliders. Another discovery is that you can make it easier to put the bike on the center stand. Kill the engine but leave the ignition on and put the bike on the side-stand and get off. Pull up on the right-side handlebar to fully extend the forks, then turn off the ignition, locking the forks in the extended position. It is then easier to put the bike on the center stand, because the weight is already higher off the ground, so you don't have to lift it as far. A possible downside of this is if you use a front wheel stand, like the PitBull, while the bike is on the center stand, the rear wheel will touch the ground sooner as you lift the front.