I just bought A Shorai LFX18A1-BS12 for $186.95 plus $8.26 shipping. Here is what it looks like packed in the foam pieces that you must trim to make it match your original battery: Here it is compared to my 2009 R1200R's original battery: Here it is with the foam cut to shim the battery: The battery is 7 pounds lighter than the original. It is so light that it makes you wonder how it can generate any power. The battery was a PITA to install because the nut to which the terminal screw attaches falls away and out of reach if you have an accessory wire attached to the battery in addition to the main cable. I had to stick a piece of the foam under the nut in order to keep it in place and within reach of the screw. Here is a comparison of my original battery's pretty robust terminal and the Shorai's terminal: It would be nice if the nut was taller and the terminal itself was flush with the top of the battery. The way it is now, the leads of my battery cables are angled down to meet the terminal and probably don't have as good of a contact area as it would if the terminal was flush. Further, the foam pads that shim the battery are exposed to water spray. I don't know how they will hold up or if they will retain water like a sponge. If I had known that I had to cut foam to make this battery fit and shim the terminal nuts to make them work, I wouldn't have bought this battery. The weight savings isn't that important to me. I think an Odyssey battery would have served my purposes just fine.