Awesome, thank you sir!
I have to admit when I bought my OBD2 reader I spend probably at least two weeks looking at all those data. It's fascinating what modern engine management and ABS and and and produce. And, at least for me, it's a big difference to see those data from my own bike on my trips compared to some other bloke's data somewhere on the internet.
Having said that, now my OBD2 reader is since a long time somewhere in a storage box. I know what it can do and I will use it again if I want to know something. But after the initial excitement I am not really so much interested anymore to know the exact air and oil temperatures or the throttle position or whatever. The bike just works and that is good enough for me 99% of the time.