I'd like to see some user reviews, and I couldn't find any.
(keep in mind these are provided by the maker of the device...)
I have to say that from what I read, there seems to be very little difference in what this thing says it does and just letting a bit of air in your braking system.
They even say there is no guarentee that your wheel will not lock, just that it would be harder for you to do...again much like adding a bit of air to your break line.
This seems to me to be a good device for those too lazy to take the time to learn how to use their brakes properly. You are in fact making your brakes "weaker", so I worry when you really need to stop your bike ...NOW... , that you will be unable to.
Seems most of the "testimonials" were from older riders on what looked like huge bikes , and unknown years of experiance riding.
I also noted there were no testimonials of using these brakes in wet condtions, and of course no background testing to show that the rider could have stopped in a shorter distance without the system installed. Some times a foot or two can make alot of difference.
I have seen alot of data on real ABS systems and would be the first to reccomend them if you have that option. This "total control" system looks to me like a poor mans replacement, much in the same vein as tinting your headlight bulb blue so its "just like those high end HID lights" (when in fact you are actualy decreasing the amount of light produced)
Take the time to learn how your brakes work and practice panic stops in a safe area on a regular basis.