If you'd deal with what I'm presenting to you instead of exaggerating and playing the victim card, maybe we'd get somewhere.
I never said that since my bike doesn't wobble, no GT/GTLs wobble. Some probably do, real or imagined. The GT/GTL models clearly have warts. The left pull is real for many, and even verified in specific cases by BMW. I have the same experience as you when I take my hands off the bars, but for me it's a non-issue in real world riding.
And I would never tell you, @PLAGUE
and other "B" owners who report no wobble problems that they're wrong. Your respective bikes are probably just fine. And many of the "B" owners here who report problems are maybe misinterpreting whatever "wobble" they think they're feeling. It could be inexperience, expecting Harley like cruising, or whatever.
In evaluating reported issues, you throw out the outliers and evaluate the hard numbers. The fact is, there are a lot of "B" owners here who report ride stability issues. Too many to blow off. Many, many more that GT/GTL owners. When you consider the GT/GTL has been in production far longer than the "B", and in much greater numbers, that adds to the significance when evaluating things. Trying to dismiss what's reported on the forum away as bias suggests you're looking for a reason to diminish what other people report. You have no way of quantifying how real that is. Again, there are too many posts here to attach too much significance to possible agendas. The bottom line is that the numbers are much more statistically relevant than whatever has been reported to the NTHSA.
I enjoy how you like bringing up that professional reviewer, who when you sift through the review, isn't really that professional at all. I find it suspect when a magazine reviewer makes a broad high level conclusion like "the BMW twitches and bobs in a straight line", yet provides no clarifying detail. Not even later in the comments section. Yet you'll take that input over dozens of GT/GTL owners here who have logged 75,000-100,000 miles (and more) in every possible riding condition that exists across North America. If you're going to talk about bias, maybe consider looking inward.