I drained and pulled the tank last night so I could start on the wiring. Of course, in the process, my drain hose slipped off and sprayed gasoline across my face, so the wife wouldn't come near me until I took a shower. By the time I got out of the shower she was asleep, so Daddy din't get no lovin'. Anyway, Ed, the PO, had designed and built his own custom wiring harness. He did a good job. He's a Roadie who works for one of the popular country-western artists, on his sound equipment I think, so he knows his way around a circuit. I'm going to have to make some changes though, since I'm moving the switches back to the left side cover. Right now the ignition/headlight switch is in the headlight shell along with an ammeter that's not hooked up (fairly common practice) and two indicating lights, one for the ignition circuit and one for the lighting circuit. After sorting things out I decided to simplify things a bit; I'm going to eliminate the indicating lights and the ammeter so that the only wires going to the headlight shell will be the headlight wires. I ordered a 'blank' headlight shell with no switch, ammeter, or indicating light holes in it. That will be cool: when was the last time you opened a motorcycle headlight that only had headlight wires in it? I've got about 150 yards of driveway to clear snow off of, and the Bobcat popped a hydraulic hose, so the wiring probably won't happen today.