I don't want to come off as if I'm beating you over the head but more of a brotherly love of correction. I can't help but to cringe every time I hear someone downshift without matching rpms (throttle blipping) and the transmission gears clunking like that. It's a necessary skill for any manual transmission even with a slipper clutch.
One of the best examples of staying in an rpm range, blipping the clutch, and controlling the bike is non other than Ghost Rider himself. He does an excellent job of matching rpm's and staying in the "power zone". That is the rpm range that your particular bike has the most acceleration torque and the most engine braking. It's a skill that needs to be mastered but it takes practice. For the 600RR that range is 9-15k rpm's. Notice where ghost rider stays in his rpm range?