Long story short (ok, maybe not so short):
The engine misses/hesitates right off idle up to about 2400 RPM. It is a violent miss - the bike lurches/bucks as it tries to rev up - huge loss of power, feels like it's going to die. Does it clutch in or clutch out, but usually only when the bike is completely warmed up / hot. I've been to the dealer four times now (it's in the shop now on it's fourth visit) with no fix in sight. The problem is intermittent - it doesn't occur all the time. At it's worst case, the bike is nearly unridable in the lower RPM range (ala stop and go traffic).
First visit: Dealer couldn't duplicate problem, gave it back to me.
Second visit: Dealer could duplicate, found the throttle bodies where out of sync. Sync'ed the TBs, gave it back to me. The problem remained.
Third visit: Dealer couldn't duplicate problem again. They said they were in contact with the District Service Mgr, he told them that Honda won't pay for anymore warranty work because I have aftermarte flush mount signals. I had to remove the flush mounts and put it back to stock before they would work on it again. I got the bike back and rode another week with the problem.
I removed all the aftermarket wiring for the flush mounts (while leaving the flush mounts attached to the fairings). The bike has it's original wiring untouched, but turn signals completely unplugged.
Fourth visit. Complained that the last time they had the bike, they didn't reconnect the fuel tank vent hose, so any overflow would spill directly onto the cylinders (also filed complaint with Honda corp about this). I explained to the Service Mgr what I did about the turn signals.
As I was walking around the store, he came back to me saying my turn signals don't work. I said no **** sherlock, I unplugged them because you told me they didn't want aftermarket signals. He said he had instructions to call the DSM before they could touch my bike, and that he wanted the stock signals reinstalled. I told him that if the DSM had a problem again with my signals, he could call me and I'd put him in touch with a lawyer that would explain the Magnussen-Moss warranty act to him - aka my turn signals voided the warranty for the ... you guessed it... turn signal system ONLY, NOT the engine.
I left it at that.
Here's a vid of what it's doing at idle - you can imagine what it's like trying to ride it when it's missing that bad...