So I just put about 350 miles on my new Scott stabilizer and I must say, I am very happy.
Adjustment goes three ways. To summarize, one is drag on the bars or how easy they are to turn, second is the high speed damper which works regardless of bar drag and absorbs sudden hits, third is the radius that the stabilizer is in effect. The third adjustment is my favorite feature, next to the amazing job the unit does at stabilizing the bike, it allows the bike to be steered normally past a set degree. Stock the stabilizer is set to 44 degrees, so turn the bars more than 44 degrees (parking lot) and the stabilizer no longer puts any drag on steering, making the bike easily maneuverable and reducing fatigue. Settings range from 33 degrees to a full 90 degrees.
To top it all off the unit looks very good perched on the center of the bars.
available here: http://www.scottsonline.com/Stabiliz...ed=&BI_ID=2963 or at your local dealer (they may be able to give you a break on cost as scott does great dealer incentives).