Yes, I regret to report that my 05 GS has eaten its drive shafts front universal joint. A recent 125 mile freeway trip persuaded me that something might be amiss: going over rises and dips, as the suspension unloaded and recompressed, I observed increased vibration in the pegs and bars. Pulling in the clutch made the symptom much less pronounced. I assumed that a driveline bearing was going. I got home fine, although I rode slower than typical. The next day (a Saturday), I rode it up to a local bike hangout. On winding two lane narrow roads (under 50 mph), I did not notice anything significant. But, going across long, straighter sections at 60-70, the same symptom was present. I rode the bike home and parked it. This past Tuesday, I rode the bike into the dealership. By that time, I noticed that there was a rubbing noise at less than 25 mph. Without an appointment, it took the shop a couple of days to get to it. Yesterday, I stopped by and was shown the drive shaft. The u-joint needle bearings were all gone or embedded in the metal. There was about 3/16" play and the metal was all heat colored and deformed. (I will post pictures when I get the part back from the dealer.) Facts: Bike has just short of 58,000 miles. Very little dirt riding (less than 1,000 miles probably) and probably less than 25% freeway either. At 54,000 miles, the transmission assembly tab on the bikes frame was repaired. While the bike was split, we replaced the clutch. The input splines were almost completely shot, so the shaft was replaced at that time too. Heres the link to that thread: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=202388&page=2 Obviously, there may be a relationship between this previous problem and the drive shaft. Just thought you all should know. PS - The bike does have an extended warrantee.