Thank you for your kind words, Bambi. And nice BIG you have there... OK..these last two weeks were hard..The job is killing me, so no left over stamina for the bike after 9 hours in the officce... The last weekends I´ve been working on my adventure bike in order to prepeare it for the Andes Heights, so less time for the tracker.. To sum up, I´ve started a respectable construction work in my House in order to give more space and natural light to my wife´s design studio, and (although the Construction Contractor is a close friend and fellow rider) the whole thing is stressing for the Couple (as any house construction when you are living in the house with two young kids) and for the wallet (why contractors dont understand the concept of a close budget?? Jeez... ). So now I slowly started with some ideas that will end up in a a lot of hand work with almost no special tools. Just a side Note, I already sent the top heads to the machine shop. One top head for only a combustion chamber refurbishing, and the other for a huge mod in order to have the first DR650 camshaft on roller bearings in history... Fisrt of all, head light protection design. The best one I ever used is the one that is mounted in the "Jurassic Rally" Adveture Bike. Just Transparent Acrilic . The most durable (because you can bend it to its more or less original shape after a hit) is the Wire net design,like the one that I have in my dailly conmutter (I call it " The CAT"...for Caterpillar). In order to follow the OLD roller idea, the wire net protector was selected...so lets go. First of all...I need the starting point , that is ..... Yes, the thing that you have to use in order to retrieve the French Chips from the boiling oil...and I really have no idea how you call this in English... It will end with something like this, but with a Black finish: Then is the issue with the rear shocks and the Seat. Look at the following Pictures: I really dont like the position (almost vertical) and the height of the rear end. I need to replace my brand New, extremly cheap Chineesse twin shocks -made for the Chineesse version of the Yamaha YBR 125 (lenght 33 cm) - for something MORE CHEAP , preferably Chineese, of 27 cm.... The other thing is the seat. I think is too tall, so Im in the doubt of removing some foam...this will end in a thinner and smaller seat...but also will reduce my butts comfort.... Being a former Super sport young rider...I dont like the idea of suffer "AGAIN" a racing seat on my 40´s.. What do you think??