I swapped my Road 4s for Road 5s a little over a month ago. The squirming sensation of the 4s is gone with the 5s and the tires, finally, feel truly planted on the road surface. Twenty-odd miles on them and I was aggressively banking through corners with little issue. I have tested them in the wet, too, including a quick stop during a drizzle when car sliced across two lanes to make a left. Tires gripped fine, no sense of sliding or lack of traction.
Michelin should keep this one as-is. Lovely tires!
Being slow doesn't make a boring bike. I had a R1 which I thought was boring. Boring is a bike that doesn't speak to you. If you like what your bike is saying let it's voice take you to far flung places. - Vertical C