I’m still getting used to these but for me, moving the pegs back has helped achieve a more neutral riding position. These are heavy-built parts. Very sturdy. Because the controls are a different in length, you will notice differences in feel. Because the shift lever is shorter, the “throw” of the shifter is shorter, but heavier. I’ve noticed the rear-brake feels much weaker (I presume due to shorter lever geometry). This doesn’t matter to me, but if you rely on rear brake, it will be a consideration. Because the pegs are moved back, your heal will interact with the primary. At first this bugged me. I really hardly notice now. For me, so far, the benefits in seating position easily outweigh these other considerations, so yes, I would buy them again.