i kept smelling gas today and i figured i overfilled the tank (again!). trying to keep the fill up to 3 to 3.2 gallons. i get home and i still smell gas and i'm looking around on the ground; i see no gas pooled on the ground (like i usually do when i overfill). i look up her skirts a little further and on the left side of the bike where it looks like the gas tank meets the 'rear fender well' its all wet. i scientifically take a sample (rubbed my finger in it) and then send it to the laboratory for testing (sniff sniff) and sure enough, it is go-juice. just great! even better, its dripping on the swing arm, directly onto the brake lines. doesn't gas tend to break down some plastics (the braided lines are covered in in a clear plastic)? i'm no chemist but i seem to remember gas and styrofoam make a great combination...just wondering how some plastics will hold up. i did a search here and it seems that the f800gs are suffering from gas tank cracks although i didn't find a solid mention to a recognized BMW recall. i see people talking about getting their tanks replaced. i'm calling the dealer on tuesday to bring it in and have them eyeball it. mine is a ("orange-is-faster-than-white") 2010 f800gs picked out of stock on memorial day weekend. not really thrilled about this latest development, obviously.