Finally got to ride the G for a few hours. We rode a lot of forest service roads and a mixture of trails and muddy skid trails. After figuring out why the thing wouldn't do more than 15 MPH, I fastened my seat belt and hit the wow pedal. As said elsewhere this would be a bit of a comparison to my 570 RZR, and the pedal is definitely WOW in comparison. The ride was spectacular on gravel roads with good control, no over/under steering, and braking was precise and reliable. My greatest concern was wet weather, and it was raining off and on at times heavy. Not a drop of water entered the cab. This machine is dry inside. Note I have Polaris accessories including the top, glass windscreen, upper doors, and rear poly window. Having said that, when I ran through water and it splashed on the engine area, it fogged up inside pretty bad. I had to wipe the inside of the windows frequently. Along that line, the windshield wiper and factory mirror obscures a lot of my visibility. I am tall at 6'4" so I found myself scrunching down a lot to see to the right. Another note about the add-ons. Not having windows that open in the doors, is a pain in the butt. If you want to talk to another driver while stopped, you have to open the door to talk. Getting off road a bit and running some trails with pretty severe water bars, the machine was a mixed bag. Being bigger, it can toss you around a bit at times, and other times the water bars seem to disappear. It is a matter of how you approach them (angle of attack) I think. My RZR seemed to float over them with ease. I am not one to remove the torsion bar, but I think that would make a lot of difference to the positive side. We hit one road that was pure slick mud. Everyone's tires loaded up immediately and the accent up the road was an adventure in ice skating. Coming back down was even more fun. My little 570 got caught on a high spot, and the driver blew a front axel. He turned hard right and gunned it. The CV went ka-blooey. The G performed really well. I was riding with a third driver in an Arctic Cat 650 Prowler. He did really well too. The 570, being so short and a little low, had moments when it struggled with clearance. Another feature that drew me to the G was ease of entry and exit from the car. This paid off in spades. It is very easy on this old man in that regard. One thing I wanted to check out and didn't get the chance to do, was someone said that power in reverse was limited. I didn't check that out, so maybe someone can verify or dispel that rumor. Sorry this post is so scatter-brained. It is just a jumble of thoughts and opinions in no precise order. I just wrote them down as they occurred to me. Oh, I did drag race the little 570, It was surprisingly close for the difference in HP. The G weighs 500 pounds more and the 570 had a second rider, but it stayed up with me rather well. Of course when the 570 topped out at 50 something, the G just kept on going faster. Engine braking performed well, and the power steering performed as expected - no surprises there at all. The cab seemed pretty quiet and you could probably listen to a radio without blasting it too loudly. Conversations should rather easy. The leg room was about maxed out for my tall size, but sitting up was comfortable for me. I like the RZR seating, but there just isn't enough leg room for all day rides. Even the little bit of side hilling we did, the G didn't seem tipsy to me. Having rolled and endoed down a canton in a RZR in the past, I was surprised how confident I felt in the G. The G met all my expectations, but I will have to solve the fog problem. I hope this ride report helps anyone considering a G. Remember, ride safe, ride insured.