Thanks very much for the info, Gents.
True, and I'm also well versed in the rear brake / clutch slipping method, and actually since I live not very far from the local DMV office, I make a point to go down there at least once a month and do a little "gymkhana" style workout on their motorcycle test course (they're kind enough to leave their cones out on Sundays, and we get an interesting mix of folks out there who are either new riders practicing for their upcoming test, or just keeping their skills up like me). Lotta fun working a cruiser through the little cone slalom, etc (and rear braking is essential for that).
And since we can't lane split here in VA but we have HOV (carpool) lanes we can ride in, it's not uncommon to get 2-3 or more bikes grouped up on the commute. When traffic eventually bunches up and we're creeping or start/stopping, I make a little personal contest out of it to see who can put their feet down last. Help passes the time.
The seating position of the Wee is higher and since I'm a very significant portion of the higher CG (6'1 235 lbs) this is why I was interested in comparisons or feedback of the Wee in this respect.
V-Tom...good question and my own "feel" to the relevance of CG height is that should you be just a tad "off" in your balance or approach to a perfectly vertical or straight stop, the higher CG would naturally amplify a tendency to lean one way or the other. Just what my own gut tends to make it feel like.
Thanks very much, again, and please let me say I am extremely impressed with the great attitude and expertise among you folks, from all the reading I've been doing here. Breath of fresh air.