As promised, here's a short video of it running about about a 15 minute flogging. Idles a bit high, but considering that I've done minimal tuning and the plug wires are the consistency of cottage cheese, I think it's doing okay.
And continuing on the "not judging yet" track, the front end is a bit bouncy, but it's also probably missing 90% of the fork oil. New seals have been ordered. So we'll see.
Apart from that? It's the smallest bike I own, so it's a nice change to hop on something that's not a tank. The 4-into-4 exhaust sounds absolutely DELIGHTFUL. It's nice to have something with a loud(er) exhaust note. The 4k on the tach at 55 is something to get used to, along with the decelleration pops that come with no air cutoff valve, but that's part of the fun. The low handlebars are also a bit lowER than I expected, but not horrible- not too much weight on my wrists, but I'll have to see how my back holds up on longer trips. Oh, and I'm fairly certain the tires are old enough to be running the original mis-matched tread pattterns between the front and rear, so while they do hold air, I'm not going to be taking them very far.
There's still a bit to do- fork seals, tires, the brake line from the MC to the rear brake pressure switch needs to be about 3 inches shorter, along with the throttle cable (and the addition of a push cable), a bit of wire repair... but apart from that we're nearing a roadable motorcycle.