Hi The Car Guy,
Welcome to the Forum, and I am guessing that you have based your bike decision on the pearls of wisdom said on here to convince yourself that you have indeed bought a really special bike. It is that indeed.
You may notice that a lot of us have filled in the location in the Account page. We are a Worldwide audience here and it helps with people expressing values in their comments. Like the US having a different volume with 'gallons' compared to the UK and Australia, New Zealand. So when you say I took the bike up to 100, I am thinking 100 KPH as may a Canadian,French or Scandinavian Person, not as a USA National would.
With the 'go it hard' theory, I've done that test and found no benefit in it. One thing that I did was to buy 4 L of really cheap no name supermarket engine car oil.
Drain the factory fill out straight after getting home from the Dealership & store it. Refill the oil with the no name base 10W40 mineral stuff.
Take the bike over the mountains, on the straights flog it to 500 rpm off the red line twice and ride the 70 km home and drain that oil and refill up the factory fill.
That Honda Blackbird had no difference whatsoever in it's running for another 15 000 km, and the drained out into the pan oil appearance of that cheapo base oil had no plumes, and there no metal particles at the bottom of the pan.
I had a Ducati Monster 620 from new. After 200 km, I drained the oil, replaced the filter canister, and put the same factory oil back. I carefully cut the old filter in half as the internet said Ducati bikes shed lots of aluminium swarf into the oil and the filter partially clogs. Well, it was like brand new - a waste of a new filter.
A magnet run over the paper filter combs showed up nothing.
I suggest that some of these often repeated stories relate to different time and a different age and I am speculating our Grandfathers Day.
Just ride your bike in enjoyable manner to 1/2 to 3/4 of the rev range from new in occasion bursts of GSXS passion, and it will outlast the next 5 owners, period.
Don't overload it, underload it or pamper it, just enjoy your new ride.