Well, in an act of self expression, I'm happy to hear about the WSB Honda move. From a team and factory support standpoint I think that it is a good move for him.
Just hope that Honda/American Honda provides real support to the bike to make it as competitive as possible.
Last but not least, I very glad to see him get off the Pile of Sh__ that he's had to ride the past 2 years. Hard to believe that Honda claimed that thing (with Stoner riding) was within a tenth or two of the factory bike during development. The POS was barely capable of getting within 2 seconds of the top factory bikes during each qualifying session during the past 2 years. I feel that Stoner is one of the best riders to ever ride a MotoGP bike, but I have a hard time believing that he is THAT good!
Anyway, congrats to Nicky! I hope that better things are in your future!