bas October 16, 2010 12:27 PM This thing will give the word ´faceplant´ a whole new meaning. Maybe Mr. Gulak should contact NASA on how they developed a system of airbags to protect marslanders from shattering upon landing. That might work when a faceplant at 60mph is imminent. Facebook User October 16, 2010 01:03 PM Very nice picture, thanks for sharing. bramachari October 16, 2010 04:45 PM Yeah you know, when I\'m out in the of the beyond, the one thing I hate is the peace and quiet. How wonderful it will be when 10 or 20 or 100 of these things are ripping across the landscape and through the woods. I can\'t wait. Dakoroman, Sydney October 18, 2010 02:40 AM DAKOROMAN DIXIT: DTV Shredder and SEGWAY DO NOT HAVE A FUNCTION, it's absence can be noticed here - see Picture 5, or any of their video clips (it's all about INCREASED STABILITY and DEGREES OF FREEDOM). The lack of that function affects everything: design, functionability, construction materials, price, rider's safety, portability, etc. These type of machines can not be defined as "all terrain", just "some terrains". The good news: they can be improved with the help of DAKOROMAN SYSTEMS, if you email at firstname.lastname@example.org donwine October 18, 2010 12:07 PM Everyone tries to show how practical their machines are. I guess that is our main excuse for making them. When the video shows the dummy being rescued - what do you do about the exhaust pipe pointing at his head? Sterling Allan October 18, 2010 01:18 PM I hope this doesn\'t take off. It will tear up the ground and scar the land much more than ATV\'s. It\'s also super dangerous. At least you get a somewhat soft landing with Jet Skis. abmac October 18, 2010 05:51 PM Aptly named \"Shredder\" ...an environmental nightmare. PeetEngineer October 18, 2010 06:39 PM Doesn\'t seem to be capable of carving into turns, has limited suspension stroke, poor ergonomics forcing the rider to be constantly twisted. A skater or snowboarder only has to turn his head to look in direction of travel. An improvement would be to make it a mono-track with footholds either side maybe with a center castor to allow directional control with the handlebar, but that\'s so close to a snowmobile or dirtbike that its hardly worth bothering with. Ruth Butler October 19, 2010 03:45 PM More ways kids can kill themselves. Muraculous October 26, 2010 12:57 PM Ya, he is a mechanical genius and his stuff has cross-over value i.e., military, search and rescue and just plain fun. Keep going dude, and don\'t forget the GPS and maps bits. I know that l-ion batteries and electric motor are heavy but, I wonder if a little gearing trick could put all of the torque to good use (that or a torque converter).