The point here is not a strategy to wait and get the best price possible somewhere, but how to get a hot commodity early, conveniently and from whom you expect support and favors.I don't give a **** about your dealer.
No one else does either.
You're bragging about paying full sticker for a new vehicle?
Cool story, bro.
Sticker price is for suckers, and I'll buy another Suzuki before I pay sticker.
So, what is the best deal available now on a new 2020 S1k?
I've seen people getting their bikes by going many hundreds, even thousands, of miles to find an obscure dealer (e.g., Motonosity), but even they paid MSRP. I have no doubt that those that wait will save some significant money relative to what I paid. It might be possible to find a dealer somewhere with an RR in stock that they might be willing to unload more cheaply - especially a lower-demand non-M one - but there isn't one anywhere near me, There are just waiting lists.
But I've already had my new RR for a joy-giving six months and 5000 miles. There is some conflict between getting the bike early vs. cheaply and conveniently. I posted my strategy for executing on the former. I don't understand your apparent hostility.