2 friends and I had a chance to drive the new 2007 Polaris IQ 600 this past weekend. The dealer had 3 of them so we all took off at the same time, no test track but real world riding on the trails with no one watching. I can tell you this it is different than the fusion. The riding position is as close to a rev as I have been on not exactly but very close. Handle bars in the fixed forward position with risers on them make this sled very easy to stand and ride on. They moved you farther forward again. Steering was near effortless and the handling was pretty good considering no studs and stock runners. It was a little choppy on the small stutter bumps but handles the big bumps with ease. I am impressed to say the least, I think they have found something that will appeal to a lot of people. Oh yea the performance is pretty good also that 600 they have does pull hard and we pushed them. I know I will have a hard choice at the end of this year so we will need to see what the pricing is. I am sure they will probably be no better on gas than the current 600 Fusions which ranges from 9-12 mpg. All in all it made our weekend getting to drive a 2007 model so we know what it is instead of guessing. The game just got closer.