I had their 1 1/8th inch lowering links for a couple years. Went back to standard links after improving my skills and getting better boots. Usually wear a 30 inch inseam if that helps.You can drop it down 3/4" with Kuoba Links in the rear and slide the front forks up in the tubes the same amount. 3/4" may not seem like much but if it gets your feet on the ground it may keep you from dropping it.
+1, The downside to getting a to tall bike is it can (and will) fall on you. get something that fits you without lowering links or any mods, you'll be safer and better off. I'm at the other end of the size issue-I'm working on making mine taller, custom seat may be in the future. Cheers--BBIn all honesty, not the best bike from someone short.
It's tall and top heavy and can be a handful for me, (~5'8")
IF you need/want the offroad capability it's not a bad choice amongst what's available but if it's only road use , look at the SV or Gladius.