Cruisin in to my destination after a long XC, cleared to land a ways out approaching downwind on a relatively small strip, decide to make a short approach and dive bomb it in. Know my plane pretty well and its energy management needed to still have a nice touchdown without a long stable approach. Cross the threshold leveling off and damn I am fast, can't get this thing to slow down. Touch down WAY fast as I am running out of runway. Not pretty, but plant it and turn off with out incident but a bit of pucker factor trying to figure out what went wrong. Cross the hold shot line, reach down to raise the fla....oh s#!t...I forgot flaps on the landing! Thought to myself "glad I was not flying a retract today!" Not that a no flap landing is a big deal, but I was sure anticipating the performance of full flaps at touchdown with my maneuver. And that kids is how complacency kills.