After a serious list of farkles, this bike is pretty dang nice. The goodies: Rick Mayer seat One of a kind cut down ZTechnik windshield (look mom, no more helmet buffeting) Carbon fiber front fender (Bestom) and rear hugger (Ilmberger) Leo Vince full titanium pipe (5.8 pound reduction). I hate PC. It's too quiet!!!! Rizoma mirrors (totally effective, improved clarity) Wunderlich Vario levers, and center stand lift gizmo Kaoko throttle Lock Micro flooter driving Lights sold by Wunderlich Integrated rear brake light flasher unit Hyper lights for even more flashing action Tank and side plastic protector Raised tank bag mount for scratchless little tank bag (tank bags suck IMHO) Recent additions (pic forthcoming, hopefully with changing aspens in the background) Touratech hand protectors Machineart cylinder head protectors, already tested (and passed with flying colors) on the way to Alaska this summer in a wind driven zero speed tipover (crash bars are shown for sale if anyone needs em) BMW OEM tail rack Touratech potentiometer protector BMW GS adventure skid plate added 2 B cool. Nice fit and perfect size for the bike It's prettier than my GSA, way way faster, lighter and does just about everything one would want. The only drawback is a bit smaller frame (best suited for people less than 6', and it gives up some off road worthyness for substantially better street manners than a GS. Ground clearance is less and no skid plate initially, and has a taller first and 6th gear. Still close to perfect for 95% of the adventures most of us will take. To me used R1150R and R1200R's are the current bargain priced BMWs.