After running m785, m810, m820, m8000, m8020 and m7120 brakes I'm almost certain the wandering bite point is down to a combination of tiny air bubbles in the lever reservoir and the placement of the port to the master cylinder.
If you get a really good bleed by either flicking the lever a billion times or using a syringe to pump oil in and out of the reservoir, and chase out all the tiny bubbles in the reservoir. There is no wandering bite point.
Even if I don't get a perfect bleed I sometimes find the wandering bite point disappears as the bubbles migrate to the top of the reservoir over time.
As for the Cura4s, holy shit they are good with sintered pads! I can almost hear individual bits of sinter gouging my Hope floating rotors.
I've always loved Godzillas since Gran Turismo came out on the ps1. I almost bought a V35 when I was shitty at my wife a couple of years ago (worst reason to buy a car ever).
Instead I've become a total bikeslut and just keep buying nice bikes secondhand. So far I've got a slew of Turners, Pivots, Banshees, Lynskeys, a Pole, Canfield etc etc. I'm a so-so rider but the bikes make me happy, and I think I've spent less than a quarter on my bikes then I would have on the GTR, which would have only caused trouble, divorce or both.