I’m pretty sure my biggest DCT throttle issue is me. All those years of rolling on just enough throttle while gently engaging the clutch, I was more than likely rolling on at least enough throttle while gently engaging the clutch. Nobody wants to stall his or her bike, especially on an incline or with a passenger. My “trick” with the DCT is to think about the fact that I am engaging the cutch every time I roll on the throttle from a stop and to remind myself that - no matter how gently I twist the throttle - the bike isn’t going to stall. (I do this on my pre-ride rides around the block.) After a summer of using the DCT it’s become pretty much second nature, although inclines and “feet up” stops (especially those followed by a turn) still make me want to twist a little too hard. And yes, age is definitely a factor, making relearning more difficult. Still, the DCT is a hoot, and I love it.