So here I sit Sunday morning; I got my coffee, checking email, bikeforums, and watching tv. There's nothing on, so I'm watching this LandRider auto-shift bike infomercial that I've seen before. It's kind of funny to hear people that aren't all gung-ho bike talk bike and to see all the "real people" with really crooked helmets talking about how great it is. I know this bike isn't for me, but assuming the quality is better than department store, it seems like a good bike for most people. It uses small weights and centrifugal force to move the deraileur. In theory, you're always in the appropriate gear for your speed. Most of the new riders I deal with at work just don't get shifting, so they might be on to something. What are your thoughts, especially those who have ridden a LandRider or had to work on one?