I've been going to the show regularly now and it never fails to impress. Its now a case of if you really want to see everything, sit on everything and explore everything, you'd probably need two days.
The show is really well supported by all the main manufactures and the big companies are starting to really present very large, dominating stands. Honda for example seemed to take up a third of one of the halls by themselves. It was all very impressive.
There were a few bikes that were getting a lot of attention; the new Ducati V4R, BMW1000RR and Suzuki Katana to name just a few. Personally it was great to be able to sit on the new Honda Cub after seeing the prototype last year. I'd love one, but being 6'3, they are tiny and the rocker action of the gear change would be problematic for my massive feet.
The new bikes were mixed in between old classics, genuine race bikes from Kawasaki and BMW and the traditional MotoGP 'shells' from Suzuki, Yamaha and Honda, which now almost seem mandatory.
Here are some pictures from the day. Not everything by any means, but a few of the bikes, in no particular order, that took my interest