I had a bit of a reality check the other day, I want some advice to see if I handled it properly. I was riding one of my favorate roads the other day, in slightly wet conditions. I was going too agressively for the traction conditions. I approached a sharp left hand corner (with good sight lines, could see if something was coming for 700-1000 feet) and very slowly rolled off the gas, and countersteered as fast as I think I could... So far so good. Now things get alittle bit blurry.. I remember bieng mid-corner looking down the next straightaway, still off the gas. I dont know if my tire was already spinning, but i gently cracked the throttle (in third gear at around 7-8k rpm) and the rear tire stepped out on me big time. I held the throttle steady and countersteered to raise the bike up. The rear smoothly came back into line and the bike shook a bit and I rode off a bit frazzled, but OK. I have experience with rear slides in the dry, but this was my first slide in the wet. Id just like to hear any experience or advice on how i handled the situation.. I dont want the same old 'take it to the track' response that really does my street riding no good. Im saving up for a trackday so get off my back!